Giroud and Caballero signed up now Chelsea to get striker deal done?
Chelsea are now looking to tie down Tammy Abraham to a new contract with the club.
Despite a few critical performances from Abraham at the beginning of the season, the hitman has repaid the faith in him by Lampard by becoming the top scorer at Chelsea this season with 15 goals.
His performances in the opening weeks of the season has also led to a lot of transfer speculation in the media that former Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud could actually leave the club and seek a move elsewhere, as he is not happy with playing second fiddle to the Englishman.
And it seems that he is about to get a new contract, as Frank Lampard is a big fan of the striker and wants to tie his futures down at the Bridge for the foreseeable future, recent reports have claimed, as he continues to impress early in his career.
The four-capped England international’s £50,000-a-week contract is set to expire in June 2022 but we have offered the forward a lucrative five-year deal worth £7.85million-a-year (£150k-a-week), reports have claimed.
After the Olivier Giroud and Willy Caballero deals, Marina Granovskaia would be looking to tie down Tammy Abraham to a new long-term deal, according to Football London website
The report also suggests It will be on the agenda for the Blues to sort it out and to get the deal over the line, like they have done with several of the other younger players.
Lookl Abraham has earned a ice big contract and it is still a shock to see that he has not been signed up to a new one just yet. But he fully deserves a new deal and this kind of money, if the reports are true.
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