Tammy Abraham has refused to leave Chelsea despite having been fizzled out of the front page
Following Thomas Tuchel’s arrival, Chelsea’s number 9, Tammy Abraham was served with an unpleasant fate as the German tactical opted to leave him on the bench for most of the games.
Before his injury during Newcastle United’s game, Tammy Abraham was mostly positioned in front of Thomas Tuchel’s attacking line.
But sadly the manager decided to leave him out for most of the games after his return from injury.
Although many reports linked to the player leaving and also claimed he was unhappy with the manager and was willing to leave for game time elsewhere but it appears otherwise.
The former PSG boss spoke of Tammy Abraham saying; “I like that he overcame obstacles in his career and he has the spirit to make it at Chelsea.
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“This is one of the toughest challenges that you can face, but he is ready for that.”
Following his comments about the striker, it’s likely he will be remaining at Stamford Bridge as Tuchel’s latest formation switch test plays in cord with his comments.
It was revealed that Chelsea switched from 3-4-3 to a 4-2-4 which featured two attackers and should Chelsea stick to this formation in their games then there could be chance of seeing Abraham pairing alongside Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, or Armando Broja who was just handed a 5-year-contract.
Tammy Abraham and Timo Werner formed a good front two in their games together under Frank Lampard and Tuchel could be considering pairing the duo.
Chelsea was lately linked on a move to land Erling Haaland Borussia Dortmund are adamant on their stance about letting him leave.