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'Will do well at a club like Arsenal': 23-year-old urged to join Gunners, he's 'unbelievable'

Tammy Abraham “will do well at a club like Arsenal”, according to talkSPORT pundit Darren Ambrose.

The Gunners have been heavily linked with the Chelsea striker over the past week.

The Sun reported last week Arsenal are frontrunners to land Abraham ahead of Spurs and West Ham.

This would reportedly be on a loan-to-buy basis, and the Blues apparently value the 23-year-old at £40million.

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Arsenal have apparently made Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah available for transfer this summer.

Meanwhile, Abraham appears surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge.

And Ambrose believes the 6ft 3in striker must leave the Blues in order to achieve his undoubted potential.

“Essentially, he is coming from Chelsea, he has worked under some good managers and Thomas Tuchel doesn’t fancy him,” he told talkSPORT about Abraham.

“So people are going to want to sign him, how much that is going to be I don’t know how much people are going to be willing to pay for him.

“But I think he will do well at a club like Arsenal or West Ham.

“You have the top four at the moment; I class them as the second group at this precise moment, Spurs as well at the moment.

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“I think he would have a lot of takers at the moment and I think he would do well.”

Abraham is reportedly on a £80,000-a-week contract which runs until the summer of 2023.

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Aston Villa captain and England international Jack Grealish played alongside Abraham at Villa Park.

And Grealish could not believe the levels Abraham showcased during his time with the Midlands club.

In a Q&A session on his Instagram, as per, Grealish said Abraham was “unbelievable”.

“Couldn’t believe how good he was with the ball for how tall he is,” he added. “Loved playing with him.”

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