Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham is reportedly being watched by several clubs in the Premier League.
The 23-year-old was recently left out the first team squad that draw 0-0 with Manchester United by head coach Thomas Tuchel, despite Chelsea's top goalscorer having no injury problems before the game.
According to The Telegraph, Abraham has several potential top-flight suitors monitoring his situation at Stamford Bridge and they are waiting to snap him up if the Blues opt to sell him this summer.
The England international, who will see his current contract expire in June 2023, was publicly told by the German boss to give more in his performances both on the pitch and in training to win his starting spot back.
The former Swansea City, Aston Villa and Bristol City loanee has made 30 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea so far this campaign, scoring 12 times and providing six assists.