It’s difficult to remember an English striker with the attributes Tammy Abraham is currently displaying so regularly on loan at Bristol City, with the talented teen receiving all sorts of plaudits amongst the punters in the Transfer Tavern.
A much taller version indeed, but Abraham is possessing the qualities not witnessed since the days of Ian Wright at Arsenal in the early 1990’s.
The striker is expected to return to Chelsea at the beginning of next season and could become a regular fixture in the potential absence of Diego Costa.
Costa will leave big shoes to fill undeniably, but Abraham can lay claim to being the best young English striker along with Marcus Rashford.
His natural goalscoring ability added with his commitment to progression with ensuring him as a Premier League great given his opportunity.
Under Conte’s tutelage, we may witness the blossoming of another iconic striker to play at Stamford Bridge.
Our Tavern Landlord firmly believes that Abraham will be the long-term successor to Diego Costa and here are THREE reasons why the 19-year-old.
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