Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have been discussing the possibility of Tammy Abraham coming to Molineux.
The Chelsea striker is on the club’s radar according to the Daily Mail.
Abraham saw very little game time for the Blues following the appointment of Thomas Tuchel earlier this year.
The German hasn’t fancied the 23-year-old, instead picking the likes of Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic.
Chelsea are being linked with the likes of Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku.
Any signing of another striker would undoubtedly be a disaster for Abraham.
The Mail say Wolves will join West Ham United and Aston Villa in the hunt for him this summer.
But his £40 million valuation could prove a sticking point.
It remains to be seen if Wolves will make a move – Raul Jimenez will be back for the start of 2021/22, but there can be no guarantees with him following his nasty head injury.
On social media, fans have been reacting to the report and it seems plenty would really like to see him at Molineux:
If we are, and they want Adama then I’d imagine something might happen.
I still have my reservations.
— 🄵🅁🄴🄴🄴🅉🄾 (@freezinwolf) June 2, 2021
Would be a great signing. Like the ones we were use to at the start of FOSUN.We need another quality forward to go with Raul next season
— Newport Wolves (@WolvesNewport) June 2, 2021
He won’t come to Wolves IMO, he will want to be with his mate Jack down at Villa Park
— Richard (@WWFCandWKfan) June 2, 2021
with any luck this is true 🙏
— paul nicholls ◣ ◢ (@StPaul197173) June 2, 2021
— 😈 mr phiw (big mac eater)😈 (@phiwwip) June 2, 2021
I like this. If the reports are true that Lage is coming, I’m sure he has been speaking with Fosun about his formation plans and player wishes. Just because Lage isn’t there doesn’t mean he hasn’t given input on what he wants. Just waiting on his visa to become official…
— Nothing But Soccer… (@NBS_Soccer) June 2, 2021
Perfect signing IMO
— Sam Clover (@SamCl0ver) June 2, 2021
Hope this transfer materialises.
— DoreenB (@Doreen_bemyself) June 2, 2021