Trevor Sinclair suggests Tammy Abraham would suit Manchester City
Trevor Sinclair has suggested that Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham would be a great fit for Manchester City.
Abraham, 23, is a Chelsea centre-forward to come though the academy at Cobham, and he’s been a first-team player at his boyhood club during the past couple of seasons.
The striker has found it particularly hard to get regular minutes since Thomas Tuchel took charge as manager at Stamford Bridge, but he’s still scored 12 goals in 32 games across all competitions this campaign.
He’s someone with great pace, energy and a composure when it comes to his finishing.
Man City are being linked with Tottenham frontman Harry Kane, who reportedly (Mirror) has his heart set on a switch to the Etihad Stadium this summer.
However, pundit and ex-Man City player Sinclair believes Premier League attacker Abraham would fit Pep Guardiola’s side.
“I tell you who could be interested in him is Manchester City. I think he’s an elite forward,” Sinclair told talkSPORT.
“I think he’d suit Pep’s way. He’s clinical and he’s shown that this season as he’s right up there with the top goal-scorers and he’s hardly played.”
If you chuck any decent striker in the Man City XI, the likelihood is that they’re going to score goals.
Six-time capped England international Abraham is no doubt Premier League quality, but he’s just lost his way at Chelsea in the past few months.
It looks like he needs a fresh start in the summer with a move away from the Blues, but surely joining a club where he’s guaranteed to be the first-choice striker would make much more sense than Man City.
Additionally, Guardiola’s side are being linked with the best of the very best in the forward position.
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