According to the Guardian, Tammy Abraham is seriously debating whether he has a future with Chelsea or not following his FA Cup omission.
Abraham was not included in the matchday squad by Thomas Tuchel for the semi-final win over Manchester City on Saturday.
The 23-year-old hasn’t featured in any competition since a 1-1 draw with Southampton in February.
Tuchel has excluded his top scorer on several occasions since that match against the Saints., insisting that an ankle injury sustained in the previous game with Newcastle United had left lasting damage.
But this latest snub could be the final straw for Abraham, who would have plenty of interested suitors were he to depart Stamford Bridge.
West Ham United and Leicester City are said to be the most eager (Guardian).
Both clubs are looking to revamp their forward line and Abraham would seem like a suitable fit.
If the England striker was to leave Chelsea, a cost element might be involved.
Abraham’s contract doesn’t run out until 2023, with Eurosport reporting that he wanted an improvement on his current wage.
The Blues may see this as the perfect time to sell their attacker for a price, rather than allow him to leave for free later down the line.