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Chelsea duo Tammy Abraham and Kurt Zouma will STAY at Stamford Bridge if transfer ban remains – reports

talkSPORT Sunday, 19 May 2019
Chelsea duo Tammy Abraham and Kurt Zouma will stay at Stamford Bridge next season if the club’s transfer ban remains, according to reports. Having spent time away from Stamford Bridge on loan, both youngsters will be told they must stay and fight for their place next season. The Blues are set to serve a two-window […]
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