The summer transfer window has entered into the last stages and several moves are already taking place, while more should be expected, and with champions League winners Chelsea not giving up on the search for Inter Milan talisman Romelu Lukaku, despite their first two bids meeting rejection. It is becoming a sign to some of Tuchel strikes that they are no longer needed in that squad, and only securing away out will be the best choice.While Werner's flopp keep flowing even in the pre-season friendlies but still having a future with Tuchel, Chelsea deadwood player Tammy Abraham has kept drawing much interested from Serie A side, despite the little time he was handed during the 2-2 friendly draw with Tottenham Hotspur, and this time another Serie A club has joined Ac Milan in the race.
According to Mail online and Fabrizio Romano's Podcast, Atalanta are looking to offer the 'Blue fuels' € 25 million for on-demand Abraham.The 23 years old England International is valued at € 40 million by Tuchel's side, with premier League side West Ham United also showing their interest, but Atlanta are proposing € 25 million plus bonuses.
Chelsea will have to wait for a late minute offer of the Hammers, but the club yet to announce any major signing ever since the window re-opens, then Tuchel will have to sell very first before buying.
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