Tammy Abraham won’t be sold to any Premier League side unless they meet Chelsea’s demands.
Currently, such is the case with West Ham United.
The Blues have slapped on a £40m price tag on Abraham which is far too expensive for West Ham. The Hammers would ideally like to bring in someone in the region of £25-30m. Aston Villa seem to also hold an interest in Abraham.
The forward previously spent time at Villa Park, scoring 26 goals for them in 2018/19 while they were still in the Championship. Aston Villa is about to receive a huge boost in cash through the sale Jack Grealish.
If he were to leave for Manchester City, The Villans are tipped to bank over £90m. Dean Smith is bound to reinvest that in some sort of attacking reinforcement. Currently, they have only signed Emiliano Buendia who will likely take up Grealish’s spot. With Ollie Watkins capable of playing from the flanks, Abraham could the ideal man to start up top.
Thomas Tuchel has no intention of starting Abraham despite him being ChelseaTammy’s highest goalscorer last term. The Blues boss is currently looking at superstar additions like that of Erling Haaland or Harry Kane.