Swansea have confirmed their interest in signing Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham along with Brighton and Newcastle.
Chairman Huw Jenkins made it clear that the club would like to have Abraham in their squad next season, despite his lack of Premier League experience.
The England Under-21 international is currently in Poland at the European Under-21 Championships. He scored 26 goals on loan for Championship side Bristol City last season.
The Swans hope that manager Paul Clement having worked with Abraham at Chelsea will work in their favour.
Jenkins knows Swansea face a battle to acquire Abraham’s signature. He admitted:
“It is left to Tammy and his family to decide where he wants to go next.”
Abraham has made just two first-team appearances for Chelsea. The striker will no doubt be looking for regular first team football again next season.
With three clubs interested in him, Abraham has a big decision to make when he returns from international duty.