Chelsea have gained something of a negative reputation when it comes to nurturing their young players.
The Blues currently have 37 players out on loan, and the reality is that few are ever going to make the first team.
One of their more promising prospects is Tammy Abraham, who has spent the season with Bristol City, scoring 23 goals.
The 19-year-old will finish the campaign as the Championship’s second highest-scorer, and unsurprisingly, he now has his sights set on playing in the Premier League.
The Sun report that the striker wants assurances from Chelsea that he’ll be given a chance in the first team, and Antonio Conte may want to give that a serious think – or risk losing him to Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger is an admirer of the starlet and is desperate to bolster his attack.
Abraham may not be the world-class forward the fans would like Wenger to sign, but he falls within the club’s budget and could develop into a top striker in the coming years.