Man Utd, Chelsea riches could not turn Cavani’s head

Tammy Abraham

Tammy Abraham admits he wanted Chelsea to sign PSG striker Edinson Cavani

"Do you think that Edi did not play for nearly a month at PSG so that I could drop the operation for a commission and that Edi did not fulfil his dream of going to Atletico Madrid?".

"For me I can't complain, it has been a great season so far". For me it's about being in the right place at the right time, and believing in myself and my abilities. There are still massive games.

Abraham, speaking after their 2-2 draw at Leicester City, claims he would have enjoyed the chance to play alongside a top-class striker.

Tammy Abraham has now admitted it would have been nice if Cavani had come. He would have been someone I could have learned from and stolen his ideas to add to my own!

Atletico chief Cerezo all but confirmed the disagreement during an interview with Movistar Futbol at the weekend, stating: "I don't want to point anyone out, but I think it's a shame about the situation of some players with their relatives and their representatives". I would like to push on.

The 22-year-old, who is Chelsea's top scorer in the Premier League this season with 13 goals, says they would have all been lifted by the acquisition of someone like Cavani.

Abraham played through the pain barrier at the King Power Stadium after an ankle injury suffered at Arsenal last month. The player said Cavani would have been someone he could learn from.

"Edinson didn't want money to be the reason, because if it was about money, he would have gone to Manchester United, Chelsea or Inter Miami, who made a big offer for him", Gomez told Spanish newspaper AS. The medicine started to wear off in the second half but I will take this break to recover.

'I'm definitely in favour of the winter break.

'Mentally and physically, we all need this after a long, hard first few months of the season. The Blues now sit fourth but are just four points ahead of fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.

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