Transfer watch: Are PSG After Anderson Esiti? Swansea join queue for Tammy Abraham

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Gent of Belgium holding midfielder Anderson Esiti hit the rumour mills with a possible transfer to French giants PSG this summer.

According to media speculations, Esiti is tipped to exit his current club Gent. German Bundesliga duo of Borussia Dortmund and Stuttgart are said to be interested in signing the Nigerian.

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But an official of Gent was on hand to dispel any immediate exit of the Nigerian:

”We have not heard anything yet. So far no club has approached us to discuss about Esiti, ” the Gent official said to Voetbalkrant.com.

23 years old Anderson Esiti made 37 appearances in all competitions for Gent last season and has a contract that spans till the end of the 2020  season.

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TAMMY ABRAHAM

Swansea City have registered their interest in highly sort after Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.

The forward currently on duty with the English Under-21 team in the European championship is not short of suitors both in England and abroad.

Apart from Swansea, other Premier League sides such as Newcastle and Brighton are also keen to have the player who finished with 23 league goals last term in the English Championship.

Chelsea are willing to let him go on loan to further boost his game, and Swansea have dropped the buck on the prospective Super Eagles player’s desk with a statement by club chairman Huw Jenkins while speaking with BBC sports:

”Tammy does not have Premier League experience, but we are interested. Jenkins began

Huw Jenkins also highlighted the knowledge that Swansea manager Paul Clement has of the, 19-year-old Abraham.

“Paul knows him from Chelsea. If you look at the options which have been publicised, (they are) Brighton, Newcastle and ourselves, so it is left to Tammy and his family to decide where he wants to go next.

Chelsea and Tammy Abraham will sit after the European U-21 championship to decide the best possible destination for the young lad.

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