Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham has been told to learn from the examples set by his predecessors Samuel Eto’o and Didier Drogba if he is to shine at Stamford Bridge. Abraham is spending the season on loan at Swansea City, under the tutelage of former Chelsea assistant Paul Clement and Claude Makelele, who won two league titles with the Blues between 2003 and 2008. England Under-21 striker Abraham enjoyed a prolific season on loan at Bristol City last term and has made a bright start to life in south Wales, scoring three goals in his first nine games. Abraham is highly thought of at Stamford Bridge, where he signed a new five-year deal before going out on loan, but he still faces the same uphill battle that a generation of Chelsea youngsters have faced in making the step up to the first team.
Chelsea's Tammy Abraham urged to follow in Didier Drogba's footsteps by Swansea coach Claude Makelele
London Evening Standard | Oct 9