Definitely, one obvious thing many Chelsea fans all over the world are very much excited about is the future of their attacking line.

Many blues supporters are already glad with the latest reports that emanated which revealed that Diego Costa is closing in on a new contract with their club.

The report is already generating a lot of excitement, and even many blues supporters are also looking towards young Tammy Abraham as a potential star for next season.

Already scored 18 goals, Tammy looks destined to move from the Championship to the Premier League come next season.

Many are already hoping that the Englishman links up with the Chelsea first team straight away.

Then, Chelsea Italian coach Antonio Conte will surely have been keen to keep an eye on the youngster in the final few months of the 2016/17 season. Unfortunately, those hopes may well have suffered a pretty significant blow as things stands now.

According to Bristol City manager Lee Johnson via Bristol City’s official website, Tammy Abraham has reportedly suffered a thigh injury in their latest game against Leeds United.

“He has done something to his thigh although we don’t know to what extent yet”. He said.

Lee, elaborating the issue, said Abraham is gutted because he thinks it is something serious – but they hope that is not the case.

Obviously Bristol City are remaining hopeful, but the fact that the player himself is concerned that the injury could be serious does not just bode well.

Tammy is flying well in the Championship, and it would not be too pleasant to see him miss the tail end of the season.

As he fails to end the season as he started it, this could be an issue for Chelsea. This incidence could have an adverse effect on confidence and it could slow down his progression into the Chelsea first team.

As games goes on until May, Abraham will be hoping for a return this season irrespective of the extent of his injury – and we wish him well too.


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