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Chelsea are not able to recall Tammy Abraham from his loan at Swansea City, according to the Metro.

Abraham has been fine form with the Swans. The England U21 international has found the back of the net four times in his opening eight Premier League appearances – a stellar beginning to his top-flight career.

On the other side of the U.K at Stamford Bridge, it’s a different story for Michy Batshuayi. The Belgian has mastered the art of destroying minnows, but proved against Crystal Palace that he is still to raw to lead the line for the Premier League champions.

The obvious reaction to Batshuayi’s dismal performance is to consider whether it would be worth recalling Abraham – but it does not look as though that’s a viable option.

As per the Metro, there was no recall option in the deal that saw Abraham join Swansea on a season-long loan. We’ll have to look elsewhere in our pursuit of attacking reinforcements.

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Batshuayi is a way too far from comparing him with Abraham. I can’t understand the reason behind Chelsea loaning him out and allowing Batshuayi who has no football sense to stay. Now Chelsea is regretting all of that.

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