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Chelsea goal-machine desperately wanted by Turkish giants

As per the latest reports, Turkish giants Fenerbahce have reportedly made loan move for Chelsea in-form forward Tammy Abraham.

According to Turkish outlet Star, relayed in an article by Sport Witness, Turkish heavyweights have offered to take the West London club attacker on loan for the upcoming campaign after his impressive 2018/19 season with Aston Villa.

Dean Smith’s side are also believed to be keen on securing the services of the England Under-21 international again over the summer, and ready to keep him for one more season or sign him on a permanent basis.

Abraham has found back of the net 26 times for Villa as they won promotion back to the English top-tier, with Norwich City’s Teemu Pukki the only player to score more goals than the Blues centre-forward.

However, Maurizio Sarri’s side are believed to be considering keeping hold of the towering forward themselves over the summer and could hand the 21-year-old attacker a regular role in the first-team next campaign.

This is because the West London club have a two-window transfer ban looming over them, which could leave them with Olivier Giroud and Abraham as the only senior strikers available to the 2019/20 season.