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Newcastle and Stoke favourites to land Chelsea hotshot Tammy Abraham

| 20.04.2017

This season really has been a coming-of-age campaign for Tammy Abraham. So the next question is where will the forward be next season?

The Chelsea striker has been a sensational during his year-long loan at Bristol City, firing in a sensational 22 goals for the Robins in the Championship.

It’s a fine return for any striker, let alone one who is still only 19-years-old.

He’s scored over a third of City’s goals this term, and should they avoid relegation, they’ll owe a lot to their teenage hotshot.

It’s unlikely that Chelsea will allow Abraham to leave permanently this summer, but another loan move is certainly on the cards for next season.

And our traders make expectant-Premier League returnees Newcastle United favourites at 3/1.

The Magpies will be looking for extra firepower to ensure their survival next term, and Abraham could be that man.

Stoke City are next at 4/1, and there’s plenty of logic as to why this move could go ahead.

The Potters tried to make a loan-success out of Wilfried Bony, but the move has never really worked out.

It’s failed to such an extent that Peter Crouch spent much of the winter as Mark Hughes’ number one striker.

The arrival of Saido Berahino has given Stoke added quality, but they won’t be able to rely on just him and 36-year-old Crouch next year.

Bournemouth and West Brom are next at 9/2, before the odds begin to drift towards Middlesbrough at 7s.

A move to Crystal Palace is 8/1, with Sunderland at 9s and Everton 10/1 – a price which will tumble should the Toffees be forced to sell Romelu Lukaku this summer.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Tammy Abraham next club (loan deals count)

Newcastle United – 3/1

Stoke City – 4/1

Bournemouth – 9/2

West Brom – 9/2

Middlesbrough – 7/1

Crystal Palace – 8/1

Sunderland – 9/1

Everton – 10/1

Southampton – 12/1

West Ham – 14/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.