Abraham & Chelsea
One of the main talking points of Thomas Tuchel’s tenure at Chelsea has been how little he had used Tammy Abraham.
In the league under Tuchel, Abraham has so far made just six appearances and not a single one has lasted longer than 45 minutes.
The forward also failed to make a single appearance in all of Chelsea’s Champions League knockout games under the German.
On the back of Abraham falling out of favour, it was claimed back in April that the Londoners would be open to listening to offers for the 23-year-old.
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) April 28, 2021
Then earlier this month, reports began to emerge that Chelsea were prepared to let Abraham join Arsenal on loan this summer.
Chelsea fans on Abraham
Despite being frozen out under Tuchel, Abraham still bizarrely finished 2020/21 as Chelsea’s joint-top scorer in all competitions.
And selling a young, promising player to a rival like Arsenal, you would have thought, may not be what most Chelsea fans wanted.
Now though, it appears a number of them will just be happy to see the forward leave.
Abraham started Chelsea’s pre-season friendly vs Bournemouth on Tuesday evening.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) July 27, 2021
But after missing a couple of chances in the first 45, a number of Chelsea fans took to social media to let their feelings on Tammy be known. And most, as shown from the sample below, would call for Abraham to leave/be sold:
Tammy Abraham needs to leave my club ASAP
— IZEMBA (@KapitaIzemba) July 27, 2021
Tammy Abraham needs to leave to arsenal asap
— O_jataa (@themanJayyy) July 27, 2021
Tammy Abraham can leave Stamford Bridge permanently. Please keep Moroccan wizard Hakim Ziyech @ChelseaFC
— Aidea Umoffong-Umana (@pamelacompere) July 27, 2021
First real 45 mins of preseason and there’s enough reasons to sell Tammy Abraham forever already.
— Rara Avis™ (@Tzar_Marc) July 27, 2021
Sell Abraham and Alonso
— Húlioo_🌵🍩 (@HulioNight) July 27, 2021
Sell Tammy Abraham @ChelseaFC
— jibrill🇷🇼 (@lawrencevon_) July 27, 2021
— 20/21 CHAMPIONS (@Q10281) July 27, 2021
This article was edited by Ben Browning.