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“Easy decision” – These Chelsea fans urge the club to sell current star to fund move for “generational player”

Football can be a tough business a times, and there will be situations where a club need to make hard decisions if they want to push to the next level.

Tammy Abraham has been great for Chelsea over the last couple of years and he’s not really done anything wrong, but you also have to wonder if he is the kind of player that would lead a team to Champions League and Premier League glory.

It’s probably fair to say that he’s a good player who could be great if he has expectational talent around him, but he’s unlikely to ever reach Erling Haaland levels of brilliance.

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A report from Goal has indicated that Abraham is reluctant to agree a new Chelsea contract while they remain in pursuit of the Dortmund star, so it’s led to some interesting discussions on social media.

It seems that the majority of the fans appreciate Abraham and would rather see him stay, but if he decision came down to choosing between he and Haaland then there’s only every going to be one choice:

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5 Comments

  1. JAY SMITH says:

    HAALAND and Tammy are not equal,HAALAND has his eyes on goal all the time while Tammy has his eyes on the ground not knowing what to do with the ball.

  2. clint steele says:

    Tammy Abraham is bang average, his biggest asset is his exuberance, while his all round game and football brain, is still at youth player level. He might well develop, but will certainly never be capable of taking Chelsea up to the next level. Cash in while we can and buy Haaland asap. We can`t continue to play with one hand tied behind our backs for much longer.

  3. Lugard says:

    Hallam better

  4. Colin Okeefe says:

    Sorry abraham not a premship center forward championship at best

  5. Trev cfc says:

    For all the attributes Tammy has height and speed just doesn’t use them

    His 23 years old and will definitely develop his game but unfortunately hold up play is very poor and presence in the box heading not good enough also movement

    I also don’t see him without the ball chasing down players enough and aggressive like Drogba and Costa or even T Flo who was tall but all round games on a higher level

    Get someone to maybe coach him a Clive Allan or Teddy Sheringham or Hasselbaink

    If available he has Giroud there after two years no improvement or impact only the lower end premier league clubs or minions in the cup

    No matches as a top 6 teams a match winner

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