Borussia Dortmund have reportedly made contact with Chelsea about possibly taking Tammy Abraham off their hands.

According to 90min, Dortmund are interested in the situations regarding Abraham and Callum-Hudson-Odoi.

The latter has already been linked with a move to BVB by Eurosport.

Hudson-Odoi’s fellow academy graduate is seemingly now part of the equation.

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Tammy walking the tight rope

Abraham’s future at Chelsea continues to hang by thread.

Thomas Tuchel hasn’t started the striker in any competition since February, a decision that’s left a lot to desire about his position at Stamford Bridge.

There will be no shortage of suitors who would snap up the 23-year-old if he departs his boyhood club.

West Ham United and Leicester City are said to be the two Premier League sides most interested.


If Abraham fancies a change of country, Dortmund would feel like a strong fit for a young player trying to cut their teeth abroad.

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Jadon Sancho is the perfect example.

£40m (Telegraph) is the apparent asking price for the England international. Some might be hesitant to cough up that kind of money.

What can Abraham offer?

Despite amassing a meagre number of minutes in the past few months, the towering centre-forward still has plenty to offer in attack.

He remains Chelsea’s joint top scorer this season with 12 goals, a slight fall on the 18 he managed in 2019/20.

That campaign was spent entirely under Frank Lampard. The former midfielder said Abraham had a ‘great attitude ‘ and a ‘desire to score goals’.

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His relationship with Tuchel hasn’t quite been so endearing.

Signing a new man to lead the line remains top of the Blues transfer wish list, which does not read well for Abraham.

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