Chelsea attackers Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson-Odoi have both impressed at Stamford Bridge this season.

Tony Cascarino has written in The Times that he believes Chelsea have an attacking force worth £200 million.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has been eager to give his young players a chance since taking charge at Stamford Bridge, and they have thrived with the opportunity.

Tammy Abraham has arguably been the biggest success story at Chelsea this season, with the forward netting eight goals in nine Premier League matches.

Callum Hudson-Odoi has also caught the eye in recent weeks since returning from injury, with his performances earning praise.

Christian Pulisic, on the other hand, has found things more difficult – but he did make an impact at the weekend, when he stepped off the bench against Newcastle United.

And Cascarino believes that the Chelsea trio are now worth huge money.

“When you consider that Pulisic is 21, Tammy Abraham 22 and Hudson-Odoi will be 19 in November, Chelsea could conceivably have found their forward line for the next decade,” Cascarino said.

“Already, you are looking at around £200million-worth of talent.”

The Chelsea attacking trio could all be seen again in the Champions League this week.

Lampard’s side are due to take on Ajax tomorrow, in what looks set to be a challenging match for the Blues against last season’s semi-finalists.

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