Bristol City striker linked with move abroad in the summer

Bristol's Tammy Abraham celebrates his goal

On-loan Bristol City striker Tammy Abraham is being linked with a move to Turkish outfit Galatasaray.

Bristol City's Tammy Abraham celebrates scoring their goalBristol City's Tammy Abraham

Joining the Robins on loan for the season from Chelsea in the summer, Bristol City striker Tammy Abraham has had an outstanding campaign so far. Scoring 18 goals in 32 league appearances, the England youngster has been one of the best strikers in the Championship this season.

And now the Chelsea striker is being linked with a move abroad, with The Sun reporting that Turkish giants Galatasaray are apparently showing an interest. 

The report suggests that Galatasaray boss Igor Tudor could persuade pal Antonio Conte to let the 19-year-old spend next season developing his game in Turkey, as opposed to spending a year on Chelsea's bench, or potentially another year in the Championship.

Tudor and Conte know each other from their time together at Juventus, and the Croatian is looking to add a striker to his squad for next season.

Chelsea manager Antonio ConteChelsea manager Antonio Conte

With Abraham set to be one of the most contested signatures of the summer, the Turkish club are set to face a real battle to convince the youngster to make the move to the Turkish division, especially without the guarantee of first team football.

However, Tammy Abraham is likely to want to test himself at a higher level next season, and may well see the move abroad, and the chance at Champions League football, a big pulling point.

Bristol City's Tammy Abraham looks dejected at the end of the matchBristol City's Tammy Abraham 

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