Abraham out of favour

Chelsea, barring an altogether strange 5-2 hammering at the hands of West have been pretty solid under Thomas Tuchel.

The Blues have lost just twice under the German, winning 16 and drawing three whilst also tightening up their defence to secure some big wins and push into the Premier League top-four.

However, whilst the majority of the club’s stars have benefited from Tuchel’s arrival, Tammy Abraham has not.

The 23-year-old remains the Blues’ top scorer in all competitions this season. Yet Tuchel appears to favour all of Olivier Giroud, Timo Werner and even Kai Havertz over the hitman.

Granted, Abraham has had some injury issues since Tuchel took over. But since he has returned, the English international has continued to struggle for action, with his three-minute cameo vs West Ham on Saturday his first league appearances since February.

Wolves eyeing Abraham

With Abraham continuing to find himself out of favour under Tuchel, it is not surprising to see his name linked with a potential transfer.

Abraham has already proven he is capable of doing a job in the English top-flight. He is also still only 23 years of age and English, making him a fairly desirable asset.

West Ham have previously been tipped to move for the Chelsea hitman as have Aston Villa, who he of course spent time on loan with before returning to Stamford Bridge.

Now, though, a report from Football Insider suggests that Abraham is attracting yet more interest from the Premier League.

FI report that Wolves are preparing to battle Aston Villa and other top clubs to sign Abraham this summer.

However, it is added that Wolves will need to sell before they can shell out for any major signings this summer, with the Midlands outfit’s no.1 priority believed to be finding a buyer for Adama Traore.

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