Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel is yet to decide what Tammy Abraham’s part will be when Chelsea play Manchester City on Saturday evening.
The 23-year-old was left on the bench against Real Madrid in the midweek but there’s a possibility he could be involved in the starting XI at the Etihad stadium for the Premier League match against Man City.
Abraham has been the club’s highest goalscorer this season in all competitions with 12 goals in total despite not playing full time since Tuchel took over Frank Lampard.
He is might leave this summer expectedly with some Premier League clubs; Leicester City and West Ham already linked, offering around £40 million for Tammy.
“Is it the game for him? He needs to fully deserve it, to be absolutely ready, it’s another chance for him to prove. I have not made my mind up yet. I have some thinking to do.
“He has a chance, if he gets it from the start or from the bench, we will see. If we had more than three changes it would give us a chance to use more offensive players.
“There is not only Tammy waiting desperately to come on the pitch. Whoever it is for this game needs to prove it.” – Thomas Tuchel