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4 Clubs Tammy Abraham Could Join This Summer As Thomas Tuchel Prefer False 9 Over Main Striker



England International and Chelsea striker could make a move out of Stamford Bridge this summer after Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel prefer using false 9 while neglecting the 21-years old.

Thomas Tuchel exclude Tammy Abraham out of the blues squad to face Manchester city ahead of FA Cup semi-final meeting today. has take a look at five possible team to land the England international if he make a transfer request out of the West London side.


The North London club will grab every opportunity to secure the young striker.

Alex Lacazette turning 30-years this month and running out of contract, likewise the Gunners Captain Aubameyang who also have limited year left on his contract.

With age not on the side of this two Gunners forward, it’s obvious Mikel Arteta will be eager to put Abraham on his summer list if Chelsea allow the striker to leave.

Leads United

Leads United rely on tbe service of their main striler Patrick Bamford but they seems not to have any strong back-up or an alternative to challenge for the role.

Tammy Abraham could create a beautiful atmosphere performance for the leads striker if sign, this means Bamford will be on his toe and the competition might be a better one for Marcelo Bielsa’s side.

Leads as set themselves as an attacking team in the Premier League ever since their arrival from Championship .

AC Milan

AC Milan had the opportunity to sign Tammy Abraham back in the summer of 2019 but failed to secure their chance before the transfer window closed then.

With the situation on ground now, the Milan outfit could be tempted to make another move for the blues striker.

West Ham United

West Ham are currently lacking a perfect No.9 role, with European spot at sight, this means that the Hammers will be in transfer market for a striker this summer.

Although, West Ham has Michail Antonio but the No.9 as been down with a lot of injuries this season despite their wonderful campaign.


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