By 90Min
July 19, 2017

​Swansea City are eyeing up a loan deal that would see England Under-21 striker Tammy Abraham at the Liberty Stadium next season.

Speaking to BBC Wales, via the Daily Mail, Swansea Chairman Huw Jenkins said the South Wales club are also battling for Abraham's signature with Newcastle and Brighton.

SWANSEA, WALES - DECEMBER 20: Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins (c) looks on before during the Barclays Premier League match between Swansea City and West Ham United at the Liberty Stadium on December 20, 2015 in Swansea, Wales. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
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The Chelsea striker spent last season on loan at Bristol City, and scored an impressive 26 goals during the campaign. 

Antonio Conte's Blues wish the 19-year-old to continue his development in a similar vain, and Swansea could be the perfect next move for him due to his already strong relationship with ex-Chelsea coach Paul Clement.

"Tammy does not have Premier League experience, but we are interested," Jenkins told BBC Wales. 

"Paul knows him from Chelsea. If you look at the options which have been publicised, (they are) Brighton, Newcastle and ourselves. So it is left to Tammy and his family to decide where he wants to go next."

England's Tammy England's forward Tammy Abraham reacts during the UEFA U-21 European Championship Group A football match Sweden v England in Kielce, Poland on June 16, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PIOTR NOWAK (Photo credit should read PIOTR NOWAK/AFP/Getty Images)

At present, Abraham is in Poland for the Under-21 Championships with England, and has previously said he will decide where he will play next season after the tournament is over.

'I'm not too sure (about his future). Hopefully it will be in the Premier League, After this season I need to take myself to the next level. That's the type of person I am, I always want to do better", Abraham said.

With the prospect of both Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente leaving the club, Swansea are certainly keen to add Abraham to their attacking line-up this summer.

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