Chelsea star Tammy Abraham sends Jadon Sancho Instagram message amid transfer speculation

Chelsea star Tammy Abraham had a simple message for Jadon Sancho on Instagram.

It comes amid the ongoing speculation surrounding the Borussia Dortmund ace.

The likes of Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Paris St-Germain have all been linked with the 20-year-old.

It comes after a brilliant season with Dortmund where the England international has scored 14 and assisted 15 in the Bundesliga.

And despite much interest on the continent, it appears that the Premier League is his most likely destination.

Frank Lampard is keen on signing a new winger with the likely exits of Willian and Pedro when their contracts expire this summer.

Sancho and Abraham are pals

Hakim Ziyech has already been signed from Ajax but it is not enough.

And Sancho is widely regarded as a top target at Stamford Bridge, though they face steep competition from United.

But the Englishman has a number of close pals at Chelsea, including Abraham who grew up with him in London.

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And the two are still chums, with the Blues forward leaving a simple double-hearted message on Instagram.

Last year, the duo played for England in a 7-0 victory over Montenegro at Wembley in November.

Abraham grabbed his first goal for his country, assisted by Sancho and the former Aston Villa loanee was over the moon to play alongside his friend.

Abraham had a simple message for Sancho

“To be at Wembley together is just a dream come true for us,” he said. “I remember playing with him in the park a couple years back.

“Every summer we’d have little competitions and now he’s just assisted me and I’ve scored my first England goal. It’s crazy to think about it.

“I know where he wants to put the cross. He’s an assist man, he loves tallying his assists, so I just knew I had to beat my man and get in front of him.”

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