Fotomac report Fenerbahce are looking to sign at least two strikers for next season with former Middlesbrough player Christian Stuani and Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham on their agenda.
It’s reported the Turkish club are interested in signing Abraham, and Fenerbahce manager Ersun Yanal is reportedly behind their pursuit.
The player has also been linked with a return to Aston Villa following his loan spell with the Premier League new boys last season.
Yesterday Abraham spoke to Sky Sports and the attacker didn’t rule out a return to Aston Villa. He also said he was prepared to fight for his place at Chelsea if he remains at Stamford Bridge.
However, Fenerbahce sporting director Damien Comolli is hoping to use his good relationship with Chelsea officials to conclude a deal for the youngster, who last season he scored 25 goals for Aston Villa.
According to Fotomac, Comolli has already contacted Chelsea with regards to loaning Abraham and if both sides can reach an agreement, then the 21-year old will join Fenerbahce on a loan deal.
The England U21 international is under contract with the London club until June 2022.
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