Former Chelsea striker, Carlton Cole, has exhorted forward Tammy Abraham to leave Stamford Bridge since administrator Thomas Tuchel ‘clearly doesn’t fancy him at the club.
Cole needs Abraham to join another club and become the ‘primary man,’ adding that Chelsea actually doesn’t esteem him the way they should.
Abraham has scored 30 objectives in 82 appearances for Chelsea since breaking into the Blues’ first group back in 2016.
The England global has battled to solidify a customary spot in Chelsea’s first group under Tuchel.
Abraham spent a significant part of the most recent four years out borrowed at Bristol City, Swansea and Aston Villa, respectively.
“You arrive at a point where you must know your value,” Cole told talkSPORT.
“He [Abraham] has gone borrowed and gotten along nicely at Aston Villa, Swansea and returned to Chelsea, done well.
“They actually don’t esteem him the manner in which they ought to do and the manner in which he believes he ought to be valued.
“He didn’t play at the backend of last season and he isn’t in Thomas Tuchel’s arrangements clearly in light of the fact that he didn’t play.
“Tuchel doesn’t fancy him and I would take a gander at different choices in the event that I were him and say, ‘let me proceed to be the fundamental man somewhere’.”