Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has reportedly been linked with a move to German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich this summer as the uncertainty over his future continues to grow bigger. The England international forward has found himself completely frozen out of the starting eleven under manager Thomas Tuchel and he is expected to be one of the players who get to walk out of the exit door at Stamford Bridge this summer. Following the signing of Germany international striker Timo Werner from German Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig some months ago by former Blues boss Frank Lampard, the forward has cemented his name in the starting eleven, causing Olivier Giroud and Abraham to have limited game time.

Giroud, however, has sealed his exit from Stamford Bridge after accepting a move to Italian Serie A giants AC Milan this summer. The France international striker was another player whose game time at Chelsea became specifically reduced after the arrival of Werner and he has finally taken advantage of the escape route that opened up for him.

Abraham has been linked to several clubs in the past couple of months and it was reported that he was close to signing for Premier League outfit Aston Villa. However, with a price tag of around £30 million slapped on his head, Villa refused to pay up the amount and they withdrew from signing him as a result.

He has now reportedly been linked with a move to the Allianz Arena even though that’s another destination where he could experience a lack of game time. The only reason he may want to consider a move to the German Champions is the fact that the club’s stars striker Robert Lewandowski is nearing the end of his career and they will be needing a long-term replacement for him.