Abraham ‘worried’ and ‘angry’ about Chelsea situation as Tuchel addresses exit talk
Thomas Tuchel admits that Tammy Abraham is feeling “worried” and “angry” about his situation at Chelsea, with a lack of game time sparking transfer talk around the England international.
A 23-year-old product of the Blues’ academy system has sat out 12 games since February 20, with untimely injuries and fierce competition for places conspiring against him.
Abraham has been absent from key fixtures in Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup competition, with Chelsea progressing positively down all of those avenues, and Tuchel can appreciate why questions about his future will have been asked.
The German tactician has said of a frontman that has figured just five times during his reign in west London: “Everybody is concerned when they’re not in the squad but it’s never an easy decision for me to take.
“I have a lot of sympathy for him and I can understand that he is worried and sad and maybe angry with me when I make these decisions.
“Sometimes we spend almost an hour talking after the last training which decisions to take and which players we have to leave at home because it’s thin margins which decide.
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