Chelsea has enjoyed this season despite that they did not have a good striking from. They got more goals from the midfielders and now Thomas tuchel as started to prepare earlier enough to get a good striker for the next season.
According to the latest news is that the blues are fully aware that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would be very unwilling to approve Kane’s move to Chelsea.
But they would be willing to offer Abraham and Kepa as part of their offer to sign the England international. This deal can be good to convince spurs since they need more players and good replacement for their leaving striker.
T.Abraham is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer after failing to secure a regular role in the Chelsea team after Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard in January.
If tottenham accept and take Abraham they will get a good striker since he is Young only need more time to play and improve.
Do you see this deal to be a good one let's share and comment as great football lovers thanks.
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