FORMER West Ham and Man City winger Trevor Sinclair believes top clubs will be queuing up to land Tammy Abraham.
The Chelsea striker's future has been thrown in doubt after he was axed from the matchday squad in the 0-0 draw with Manchester United.
His initial absence raised injury doubts but boss Thomas Tuchel confirmed the 23-year-old was left out for tactical reasons.
With two years left on his contract, clubs across Europe are now closely monitoring his situation.
West Ham are already preparing to steal a march while Abraham's former club Aston Villa are also ready to make their move, according to The Birmingham Mail.
However, Sinclair believes the likes of Man City, Man United and Arsenal would all sign him 'in a heartbeat' if the opportunity presented itself.
The 47-year-old told talkSPORT: "I’m a huge fan of his. He’s a threat and he’s good with his pace in behind.
“His link-up play is excellent and he’s obviously a huge guy. He gets his goals.
“If you look at some of the top sides in the Premier League, so many of them take him.
“For me, Manchester City take him, Manchester United would need him, Arsenal would take him, Leicester City and West Ham would take him.
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“He’s so undervalued and that has come about because he was nurtured at the football club, and it happens a lot.
“That’s what happens with players who you bring through your ranks and develop in the academy, you undervalue them.
“Those teams I just mentioned, they would have him in a heartbeat.”
Abraham, who has six league goals to his name this season, is unlikely to be allowed to leave on the cheap.
He has spent his entire youth career at Stamford Bridge and had loans at Bristol City, Swansea and Villa before breaking into the first team.
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