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Prolific starlet finally lifts the lid on Chelsea loan system

He is quickly turning into a fan favourite amongst the Chelsea faithful in the Football Transfer Tavern…

Whilst Chelsea continue to struggle in the Premier League, one member of the club’s loan army is lighting fires away from the club.

Much has been made of Tammy Abraham’s start to life in the Championship, having joined Bristol City on loan over the summer, and bagged an impressive 10 goals in his first 13 games for the club.

Now, for the first time, the prolific forward has revealed what life is like as a Chelsea loanee.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Abraham, who joined Chelsea on their pre-season tour over the summer, has described how helpful John Terry is to loanees: “I asked him about his loan at Forest. He’s told me to get that experience and enjoy it”

Abraham also confirmed the rumour that each of the 38 Chelsea loanees a part of a WhatsApp group – describing it as: “Like a big family”.

He also spoke about how good Bristol City manager, Lee Johnson, has been: “He told me that it’s a young side that can push for promotion and if I keep working hard I will get games.”

The young Englishman also touched on life after Bristol, and explained how all the players on loan still have hope of playing for Chelsea: “If you are giving your all and it works out then yes, why not?’

Given the form that young Abraham has been in this year – our landlord is backing him to go all the way.

No Chelsea youngster in recent years has gone away and made such an impact, and Abraham genuinely looks like he has everything it takes to be a top star.

The Chelsea fans in the Football Transfer Tavern are going to love watching him develop as the season progresses.

Want to see a bit more of Tammy? Check out this compilation below…

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