CHELSEA striker Tammy Abraham could be set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer after being iced out by boss Thomas Tuchel.
The Blues striker has not been included in the Chelsea squad for their FA Cup semi-final clash against Manchester City this evening.
And we have looked at five places the England man could end up if he decides to leave at the end of the season.
Abraham spent a season on-loan with Aston Villa in the Championship in the 2018-19 campaign.
He was superb in the second tier, scoring 25 goals in 37 league appearances.
So he could well see it as an exciting move, although he will have to compete with Ollie Watkins for a starting place.
Leeds remain light up front as they relay heavily on the services of Patrick Bamford.
Abraham could be seen as a superb striker to keep Bamford on his toes as Marcelo Bielsa’s side look to solidify themselves as an attacking force in the Premier League.
The ambitious West Midlands club want to land the two-cap England forward in an £18million swoop.
Wolves may take him on loan first but would like to turn the move into a full-time deal.
The Italian giants rejected the chance to sign Abraham in the 2019 summer window, but could be tempted back into a move for the striker.
AC Milan cited his inexperience at top flight level as the reason why they decided not to go in for him, something they should no longer be concerned about.
The Hammers will be in the market for a striker in the summer, especially if they secure European football.
Michail Antonio remains West Ham’s only fully-fledged No9 and his niggling injuries have left them light up top for much of the season, despite their superb campaign.
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