Euro giants given major transfer boost as Chelsea striker threatens summer exit, Arsenal boss also plotting move
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is threatening to leave over the summer if he is not guaranteed first team football according to the Sun.
Per the source, Abraham is demanding to be part of the first-team squad.
The 19-year-old was loaned to Championship club Bristol City this season where he excelled scoring 26 goals in all competitions.
Arsenal are reported to be plotting a move for the rising star.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger feels he can convince the striker to join the North London outfit over the summer.
The transfer would however, be controversial if it were to go ahead considering Arsenal and Chelsea are London rivals.
News of Tammy Abraham demanding first team football will come as a boost for Galatasaray who have also expressed an interested.
A source close to Galatasaray revealed to Turkish-Football that they would be able to offer Abraham first-team football.
If Chelsea are considering keeping hold of Abraham and not offering first-team football a loan move to Galatasaray could end up being an amicable settlement.
The Blues would avoid losing Abraham to Arsenal and he would be guaranteed regular first-team football as a title-challenging side with European competition football.
Galatasaray are among the bookmakers favourites to sign Abraham according to Betvictor but Arsenal have not yet been listed.
Despite interest from the Lions and Arsenal, Brighton are currently favourites to sign the striker.