Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Chelsea: Gunners linked with shock swoop

Chelsea: Gunners linked with shock swoop

Arsenal want to sign Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham this summer, according to reports.

If that proves to be the case, it has been suggested that Arsenal are prepared to make an offer for the England Under-21 global as Arsene Wenger continues with plans to shake up his first-team squad.

Abraham, 19, has enjoyed a stunning season-long loan spell at Bristol City - scoring 26 goals in all competitions for the Championship outfit.

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The 19-year-old has been with the Blues his entire career having progressed through the youth system but he's struggled to force his way in to the first team set-up having made just two senior appearances so far.

It's going to be interesting to see how this develops as Chelsea are being linked with several top name strikers so Abraham could find regular action hard to come by in west London next season.

Despite hovering around the relegation zone until the last weeks of the season, Abraham managed to score 23 goals in the second tier of English football.

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Tammy's form has brought him into the attention of Antonio Conte, who actually noticed the player's talents immediately when he arrived, calling him up to be a part of the pre-season tour, before the player was sent on loan to Bristol City.

And the story also claims that Arsene Wenger is convinced that he would be able to convince Abraham to join Chelsea's London rivals Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

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