Brighton, Newcastle to move for Tammy Abraham?
Premier League newcomers Brighton & Hove Albion and Newcastle United will be allowed to discuss a loan agreement with young Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.
The England under-21 international enjoyed a top season in the Championship this term after he amassed 23 goals for Bristol City on a temporary spell.
As a result, his stock appears to have risen in recent weeks with Leicester City and surprisingly Arsenal being credited an interest in his services.
According to The Sun, the Blues are unlikely to sell Abraham on a permanent basis this summer, and this could, in turn, see him join a fellow Premier League club on a short-term deal.
Both Brighton and Newcastle are eager to reinforce their ranks following their top-flight promotion, and Abraham will be able to negotiate a switch to one of the clubs.
Abraham, who was the Championship's second-highest league scorer behind Leeds United's Chris Wood, played a key role for Bristol City as they avoided relegation in the final stages of the campaign.