Chelsea of England returnee, Tammy Abraham has attracted summer transfer attention from Crystal Palace, as the London-based side appear eager to revive their romance with Nigerian players.
Palace hold credit for having shot his Chelsea teammate, Victor Moses to limelight, at a point the Super Eagles star was still lining out for England at youth level, and their next target is now Tammy.
The dark-skinned lad is also a Nigerian-born attacker with experience at both junior and international B-levels for England, which has put him in the radar of The Eagles, after spending last season on loan at Swansea City.
Palace will now target the loan market and retain an interest in Abraham, who spent the entirety of last season on loan at relegated Swansea, with whom he made 39 appearances across all competitions, with eight goals and five assists to his name.
Abraham has been on the payroll of Chelsea since 2004 and has played two games for the first team, against Liverpool and Leicester City during the 2015-2016 season.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has been watching Abraham in pre-season and handed him minutes on the pitch in the friendlies against Perth Glory of Australia and Inter Milan of Italy.