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Tammy Abraham has just posted a very interesting tweet

Tammy Abraham is wanted by West Ham United, but the Chelsea striker’s latest tweet seems to suggest that he will be staying in West London next season.

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The Daily Mail claims that Hammers boss David Moyes wants to bring the 23-year-old Blues hitman to the London Stadium in the summer.

West Ham desperately need to sing a top class striker.

Moyes should actually be looking to sign two but we will probably have to make do with a marquee addition and a free transfer or loan deal.


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Most Hammers fans would love to see Chelsea ace Tammy Abraham rock up in East London in the summer.

Tammy Abraham drops big hint on Twitter

Its seems as though the 23-year-old doesn’t have much of a future under Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge.

That is mostly due to the fact that the Chelsea manager has hardly included Tammy in any of his recent match-day squads.

After the Blues qualified for the Champions League yesterday, however, Abraham took to Twitter and dropped a big hint regarding his future:

That sounds as though Tammy still wants to prove himself at Chelsea.

If West Ham do come in for him this summer, however, Tuchel will surely be keen to move him on.

One of the main stumbling blocks for the Hammers regarding their chances of signing the Blues forward this summer was his alleged £40 million price-tag. The Daily Mail are now claiming that Chelsea’s stance has softened, however, with Abraham having reached the ‘point of no return’ under Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge.

Perhaps if the Blues’ lower their demands to around £30 million or even less then West Ham will realistically be able to sign the 23-year-old.

And the opportunity to link up with his old mate Declan Rice at the London Stadium may well prove to be too good for him to turn down.

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