Chelsea have been performing far below expectations this season. They are the 10th place in the Premier League and things look worse going forward for the blues. The West London side evidently lack firepower in the attack which is holding them down this season. several injuries have also contributed to the performance and morale of the squad. Despite spending big in the transfer window, Chelsea have been unable to find their talisman. But reports suggest a former striker reunion can revive Chelsea to it’s glory.
Chelsea considering Tammy Abraham reunion
Arguably still young, the 26-years-old English striker has been putting some great performances under none other former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho. According to a report from Spain, Chelsea are eyeing a reunion with former striker Tammy Abraham. They are looking to bring him back to the club in the coming months for around 52 million Euros. Abraham has not made a single appearance for his current club AS Roma this season due to a ACL injury. But his performances after his move to Roma in 2021, have been decisive in the Italian side’s European success. Having a close eye on the 26 year old, Chelsea are reportedly considering a move back for the striker in hopes of a proper number nine. Having a prolific goal scorer is all the blues need to turn things around.
Abraham could be the next Didier drogba
Back in 2019, United legend Rio Ferdinand heaped praise of the young striker and compared Tammy Abraham to the legendary striker Didier Drogba. He said,
“I saw elements in Tammy’s game today that I hadn’t seen as much that I’d have liked to. His hold-up play, coming to the ball and bringing others into play.
“First half, one ball went up to him, Didier Drogba-esque, chests it down for someone, runs on for the next phase – I think he’s developing nicely. He’s scoring goals, he’s scoring different types of goals and I think he’s a threat.”
A move back to the Stamford Bridge might be a start of a fairytale for Chelsea Football club and Tammy Abraham both.
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