The English man is linked to a possible exit after being snubbed by Thomas Tuchel
Abraham used to be the main striker until Timo Werner arrived coupled with Frank Lampard’s sack.
Although Thomas Tuchel had featured the 23-year-old during his early arriving as a free agent but since Abraham’s injury, it’s strange the manager totally forgot him.
Even had escalated an issue when Abraham’s girlfriend called out the German for having snubbed her boyfriend during the FA Cup game against Leicester City which Chelsea later lost to the Foxes.
Ahead of the summer transfer market, Tammy Abraham appears keen to remain at Stamford Bridge after winning the UEFA Champions League with the West Londoners.
“My future remains at Chelsea, its my dream to play for this squad and am happy to be at this stage,” Abraham said.
“I want to prove myself more. I want to score more goals for the club and I think next season will be good time for this.
“I scored few last season but will be hopeful to score more by next season.
With Timo Werner in the squad and Giroud renewing his contract, Chelsea are still searching for new strikers to sign from and Tammy believes to get game time next season requires harder works.
“I have managed to come up so strong through the academy, not everyone does, so I know I can fight for game time.
“I will have to impress the coach during the preseason and I hope he believes in me soon enough.