- Luis Suarez claims Chelsea Tammy Abraham is a potential successor to him at Barcelona
- The 32-year-old also selected compatriot Maxi Gomez and Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez
- Abraham has been in splendid form for the Blues under Frank Lampard this season
Luis Suarez has suggested three strikers that would fit into his shoes when he leaves Barcelona in the future.
The Uruguayan mentioned Chelsea's Tammy Abraham, Valencia' Maxi Lopez and Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez.
Abraham has been in superb form for Chelsea this season under Frank Lampard and earned himself a call up into the England national team.
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He was selected as top choice by Suarez who watches and admires the 22-year-old from his base in Spain.
Suarez said: “Obviously there are many very good young people who are playing.
"I personally have certain strikers that I look at because I like to watch their football, whether young or old.
"One is Abraham, the "9" of Chelsea. I think it's a very good forward, with a very good finish, and that moves very well despite how young he is," Suarez told One Football.
The 32-year-old also spoke about compatriot Gomez and Argentine striker Martinez: “Another one that I love is Maxi Gomez," he added.
"Apart from being Uruguayan, he is a player who has many characteristics that any club in a center forward can look for.
"There are also more players like Lautaro Martínez who is also demonstrating a great level."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tammy Abraham is hoping his injury against Valencia in the Champions League is not that serious as he is set to undergo scans on Thursday, November 28.
Right on the stroke of half time, the England striker fell awkwardly after contesting the ball with Ezequiel Garay in the box.
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