Tammy Abraham was a hit for Chelsea in the 2019/20 season as he went on to score 15 goals in the Premier League from 34 appearances, helping the club to attain a top four finish under Frank Lampard.
The 23-year-old’s second season with the Blues has not exactly gone to plan as he has struggled to score goals on a regular basis.
There is speculation that Abraham may be sold this summer in order to raise funds to invest in two new strikers.
Should Abraham leave, the following are some potential destinations.
West Ham sold Sebastien Haller in the January transfer window and did not bring in a replacement, meaning that Michail Antonio has essentially been their only recognized striker since then.
David Moyes has developed a reputation for getting the most out of his players, as he did with Jesse Lingard and with majority of the players in the Hammers setup.
Given that Antonio is injury-prone and now over 30, Abraham is almost definite to get regular game time if he moves to the Hammers.
With Roy Hodgson set to turn 74 this year and nearing the end of his contract, the Eagles will be expected to appoint a new manager soon with ex Chelsea boss Frank Lampard being tipped to potentially succeed Hodgson.
Abraham played brilliantly under Lampard last season and so could be tempted by a move to Selhurst Park if the latter ends up becoming Eagles manager.
Palace will also be expected to offload Christian Benteke in the near future and so may consider Abraham as a potential replacement.
Newcastle’s entire forward options have struggled to score regularly this season and Steve Bruce’s side must look to sign a new striker as a matter of priority next summer.
St James Park may offer Abraham a good opportunity to rebuild his career but the question is whether it will be a good environment for him to be in?