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Transfer News: Chelsea Ready to Sell Tammy Abraham to West Ham on £45m Deal, with Erling Haaland coming in



Tammy Abraham

West Ham is thinking of signing the Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham

West Ham United said they are hopefully going to sign Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham this summer, as they are in need for a replacement of Sebastian Haller who recently just left the team.

West ham united are currently fourth in the Premier league’s table, even though they’ve spent much of the season without a well recognized centre-forward.

Tammy Abraham
The former Frankfurt striker had joined the team on a £45m deal, and was still entertained to leave for just half that fee in January to move to Dutch giants Ajax.

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Although Antonio has gotten a well respected seven league goals so far in this season, the club are in search for a more long-term capable upfront, Daily stars reporters said that they have made Tammy Abraham their top target.

Abraham is Chelsea’s leading scorer with 12 goals in all games this season, though he was absent in the match against Manchester United and look forward to an uncertain future under new boss Thomas Tuchel.

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Dortmund hotshot Erling Haaland also linked with a transfer to Stamford, Abraham could also be a surplus to requirements, especially with Giroud and Timo Werner.

The rumours regarding the club’s interest in Tammy Abraham have reportedly stalled any talks over a potential contract extension for the Norwegian with his current deal set to close in 2023.

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Although Tammy is understood to be West Ham’s target, they are also considering players like Eddie Nketiah and Brentford’s Ivan Toney.

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