Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham’s long term future at the club is “uncertain”, according to Goal reporter Nizaar Kinsella. The website’s Chelsea correspondent says there are two factors that could lead to the 22-year-old leaving Stamford Bridge.
Firstly, the striker only has two years remaining on his current deal and negotiations over an extension have stalled. There were reports back in December that the England ace is looking for parity with Callum Hudson-Odoi, who is reportedly earning £180,000 a week.
The second issue is the impending arrival of Timo Werner. Abraham has impressed after scoring 15 goals in all competitions this season, but he is unlikely to be first choice when the German completes his move from RB Leipzig this summer.
As well as Abraham, there are also said to be doubts over Ross Barkley’s future, with Kinsella claiming that due to the number of midfielders in the first team squad, manager Frank Lampard may consider offloading the 26-year-old.