A lot of money was spent in the previous transfer window, but Chelsea lacks the attacking bite. Fichajes are reporting a return of their former talent, Tammy Abraham, could be in sight.
The thing is that Chelsea needs to make more re-enforcement, especially in the attack, since the presence of Nico Jackson, Raheem Sterling, and Carney Chukwuemeka could only make a slight change.
The competitiveness of the Premier League requires a lot more than that. So far, the team have struggled with goalscoring.
Reliable outlet Give Me Sport, as cited by Fichajes.net, suggests that Chelsea are exploring the possibility of bringing back Tammy Abraham to Stamford Bridge.
One of the interesting stories making the rounds is the £68 million buy-back clause that Chelsea included when selling the English striker to AS Roma.
Statistics show Tammy Abraham scored over 27 goals for AS Roma in his debut season. And has become one of the key players in the club. These staggering stats could be why Chelsea wants him back at Stamford Bridge.
On the other hand, Romelu Lukaku is also in the picture. The Belgian secured a move to Roma in the summer on loan. But the report suggests Chelsea could arrange a swap deal.