Chelsea FC striker Tammy Abraham has been urged to leave the club by former club striker Tony Cascarino.
Despite a stellar first full season in Chelsea colors during Frank Lampard's only full campaign at the club, the English striker fell down the pecking order under boss Tuchel, and according to Cascarino in an interview talk SPORT, the striker got to find a new club that can offer him more playing time.
"Tammy is a player who a lot of clubs will want. Whether it's a loan deal, I'm pretty sure Chelsea will want a big deal elsewhere. They'll probably want £40m or £50m for him, which might be a big ask in the present climate. But Tammy's got to play. It's a big issue if you just sit it out. He's ended up going down the pecking order.
"He wasn't even in some of the squads at the end of the season, was he. So it's obvious that Tuchel isn't going to have him as part of his plans, certainly his first 11," he said.
Abraham who is being linked with a move to Aston Villa did not feature in either of Chelsea's two major finals at the back end of the season, an unused substitute for the Champions League final victory, before failing to make the matchday squad for the FA Cup final defeat against Leicester City.