The Blues are looking to raise 40 40 million for Forward, linked by Roma, Arsenal and Atlanta.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tachel has admitted that Tommy Ibrahim is “unhappy” with the lack of playing time, but declined to comment on speculation that he could move to Roma.
Abraham noticed that Tachel’s playing time had dwindled since his arrival in the final period, and his minutes would be even shorter. Romelo Lukaku arrives from Inter.
Amid reports that Abraham was ready to move to Rome, Tachel chose to remain silent on the 23-year-old’s future.
What was said
At a press conference on Tuesday, Tawakal said of reports of Ibrahim’s departure for Rome: “I will not comment on the actual situation, how far it is, and if it is true or not.
“The team is in the team. [for Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup against Villarreal] And well prepared matches.
“He was clearly not happy for the last half year and maybe there’s a reason he wasn’t happy. Maybe it was my mistake not to take him forward and trust him at the same level as other players.
“I understand he wants more minutes, so the decision will be how do we plan? What are Tommy’s plans? Will he fight back from the position he finished last season?” Or does he just not pay attention when you tell him something to do?
“I can understand and this is the situation. This is perfectly normal until the transfer window closes. Tommy is one of the players where we constantly review the situation and adapt to the requirements. There is no news yet, he is available. Get out of the XI or bench starting tomorrow. “
Where can Abraham go?
Chelsea are set to spend 98 98 million (13 136 million) on Lukaku, selling the club to Abraham and returning some of that money.
There are a lot of interested parties in the forward, who managed to score 12 goals last season despite the short play time in the second half of the campaign.
the aim. This has been confirmed Roma, Arsenal and Atlanta are the three teams that are trying to sign Ibrahim. Chelsea are currently demanding 40 40 million (55 55 million) for Ibrahim.