The striker enjoyed a breakthrough season on loan at Aston Villa.
They want him on a permanent move after securing a Premier League promotion.

Chelsea will allegedly sell the striker despite the transfer ban if the right offer comes.

British outlet Mirror claims that Chelsea would consider letting their striker Tammy Abraham stay on a permanent basis to Aston Villa if they submit a bid of at least £25m.

The media further claim that Villa CEO Christian Purslow was speaking with Abraham personally to convince him to return to the Birmingham side ahead of the forthcoming campaign.

The striker has helped Aston Villa to secure Premier League promotion this season, scoring whopping 25 goals in the process.

Abraham still has three years on his contract at Chelsea and he is set to return to Stamford Bridge in the summer. It is expected that the youngster might have a chance in the starting XI next season since the Blues are in need of a scoring forward but not allowed to sign anyone due to a transfer ban.

However, despite Chelsea’s transfer embargo, it’s still claimed by Mirror believed that they will allow Abraham to leave the club if they receive their desired sum.