Date: 5th May 2021 at 6:50pm
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On the latest episode of The Molineux View podcast, analyst James Scowcroft has been discussing a potential incoming at Molineux this summer. 

One name who has been tipped with a possible summer switch this summer is Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham and Wolves are one of the clubs to be linked.

Should Wolves try to sign Abraham this summer?

Yes

Yes

No

No

The Chelsea striker has been given a £40m price tag according to reports despite having only netted six goals in the Premier League this season (via Transfermarkt).

Since Thomas arrived at the London side, Abraham has only featured for 137 minutes in the Premier League with Timo Werner predominantly leading the line up front for the Blues.

And according to Scowcroft, the 23-year-old striker would be a perfect fit for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.

He said: “I think if you play with one upfront you have to get an all-rounder, somebody that can come short, that can link the play, but also can run in behind that’s really important that you get that . Tammy Abraham would be perfect. (30:01)

“I don’t think he would be cheap and I think there would be a lot of competition for his signing.”

TIF Thoughts on Scowcroft’s comments…

Wolves have had their issues with strikers this season with the severe injury to .

However, in a summer where football teams are expected to struggle in the window due to the financial implications the last year has had on their accounts, could Wolves realistically make a move for Abraham?

It would seem bringing Abraham in would have to be a replacement for Jimenez if he was unable to recover from his injury given Espirito Santo typically plays with one striker and Abraham looking for first-team football.

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