Thomas Tuchel has come out to share more lights as he confirms Tammy Abraham is angry of his situation with the club, MySportDab reports.
The England international has been frozen out of the Chelsea team by the manager despite making a comeback from his short spell injury.
The Blues boss admits that Tammy Abraham is struggling for game time at present and he and the fans will be asking questions about his future.
Thomas Tuchel admits that the striker is feeling “worried” and “angry” about his situation at Chelsea.
With a lack of game time sparking transfer talks of him moving elsewhere during the summer window.
The Blues Academy graduate has sat out 12 games since February 20, with untimely injuries and fierce competition for places conspiring against him.
He have unable to get game time as he did during Frank Lampard era which he played more time.
Chelsea last game was among the key fixtures that Tammy Abraham have been left out which he should have played.
What Tuchel Said:
“Everybody is concerned when they’re not in the squad but it’s never an easy decision for me to take.
“I have a lot of sympathy for him and I can understand that he is worried and sad and maybe angry with me when I make these decisions.
“Sometimes we spend almost an hour talking after the last training which decisions to take and which players we have to leave at home because it’s thin margins which decide.
“Tammy has had this decision now a few times against him which is never personal but this is life at Chelsea sometimes as a player.
“I hope that he does not get lost in too many thoughts because he knows not to be too concerned about his situation.
“Everything he can do is stay focused and stay with belief because the situation for a striker can change in minutes.
“We have an important training coming up and my decisions are not made yet.”
Chelsea next game will be against West Ham United who is currently on top form with Jesse Lingard firing.