Chelsea have reportedly entered contract talks with club graduates Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori following their impressive start to the current campaign.
Abraham has been a revelation for the Blues upfront this season and he is currently their leading scorer by a fair distance with eight goals across all competitions.
Tomori, on the other hand, has been a solid replacement for the injured Antonio Rudiger in central defence and Frank Lampard has recently stated that the 21-year-old is now regarded as an undisputed starter.
According to Sky Sports News, talks are progressing well with respect to the contract extensions for the pair and they could end up signing fresh five-year deals with the west London side.
Both Abraham and Tomori have been called up by England for the forthcoming internationals and the latter stands the chance of making his debut for the Three Lions.
Abraham’s international future has been regularly discussed of late with him being eligible to play for Nigeria but that speculation is set to end with Gareth Southgate certain to offer him with a competitive appearance.
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