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Chelsea Fans Calls For Return Of Tammy Abraham As Lukaku Flops

As Romelu Lukaku’s struggles worsen, calls for Chelsea to re-sign Tammy Abraham have grown louder. The former Inter Milan striker has been criticized for his performance at the English club.

Many Chelsea supporters were enraged, particularly following Lukaku’s performance against Crystal Palace. Some Chelsea fans have questioned why the club allowed Tammy Abraham to join Roma in exchange for Lukaku. 

“I’ve been trying to figure out what Lukaku’s issue is, but I’m stumped.” “It’s amazing how we can let Tammy go and Werner sit on the bench for Lukaku,” a fan (Quantumroot) rants on Twitter. 

“Lukaku has become a thorn in Chelsea’s side, whether they like it or not. Don’t play him because his value will quickly depreciate. When he’s on the field, the team suffers. Marina isn’t the type to cut her losses. Unless something miraculous happens in the summer, we’re stuck with him.” (Blue footy) 

Last summer, Chelsea made the terrible decision to sell their academy graduate to Roma in order to purchase Lukaku from Inter Milan. Tammy Abraham has been a standout performer at Roma. After leaving Chelsea six months ago, Tammy Abraham has now scored 17 goals for AS Roma.

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There have been requests for Tammy’s return to the club as Lukaku’s troubles worsen. Tammy Abraham hasn’t appeared in a game in Chelsea Jersey in over a year. 

Lukaku is still yet to score more goals in the Premier League and in all competitions this season than Tammy did last season. Lukaku, who cost £97 million, is the club’s leading scorer this season with 10 goals.

ENOCH TANDOH

Tandoh Enoch is a Social Media Manager, Website Developer and Designer, Blogger, Content Writer and an IT Consultant . He is a creator and editor at Urbannewsgh.com, an online digital platform focusing on Credible and Timely news in Ghana and worldwide.

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