Former Manchester Metropolis defender, Joleon Lescott, has backed Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham, to go away Stamford Bridge after being sidelined by the membership’s new head coach, Thomas Tuchel.
Abraham has fallen behind Olivier Giroud and Timo Werner in Tuchel’s pecking order of forwards at Chelsea.
The England worldwide, who scored 18 objectives in 47 appearances final season, was a key participant for Tuchel’s predecessor, Frank Lampard.
Nevertheless, Tuchel left Abraham out of his Chelsea’s squad that drew with Manchester United final weekend and in addition the squad that defeated Liverpool on Thursday, resulting in hypothesis over the 23-year-old’s future on the West London membership.
“I feel he [Tammy Abraham] has made it identified that he’s not satisfied about signing a brand new contract. Clearly, gamers need to play,” Lescott instructed Premier League productions forward of Chelsea’s Premier League with Everton on Monday night time.
“He’s had an expertise of enjoying. He’s been on mortgage and completed the laborious yards within the decrease leagues and got here again to Chelsea and carried out.
“He’s not essentially performed badly, however for no matter cause, he hasn’t been given alternatives by Tuchel.
“Do I see him being there long-term? I don’t, to be trustworthy. I see him having to go away. We have now seen that previously with Chelsea.
“I’m certain Chelsea would like to have Romelu Lukaku proper now, however he needed to go elsewhere. It might be barely naive of Chelsea to assume they don’t want Tammy Abraham as a result of he’s confirmed he can rating objectives. I wish to see him stick round, however I don’t see it taking place.”