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Report: Chelsea can bring back two academy graduates sold this summer for a combined £108m due to buy-back clauses

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Tammy Abraham sealed a move to AS Roma from Chelsea this summer.

Chelsea can bring back Tammy Abraham and Tino Livramento for £108m

According to The Express, Chelsea have included buy-back clauses for both Tino Livramento and Tammy Abraham who left the club earlier in the summer transfer window.

The duo came through the academy at Chelsea and were highly rated at the club. Abraham was also an established member of the first team but had then fallen out of favour with Thomas Tuchel.

The striker eventually left for AS Roma while young Livramento chose to try his luck at Southampton. The latter has since got his first taste of senior action at St Mary’s and is growing in influence under Ralph Hasehuttl.

Chelsea have included buy-back clauses for both Tino Livramento and Tammy Abraham who left the club earlier in the summer transfer window.
Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia has shown off her transfer acumen. (Andy Rowland PMI)

Chelsea chief Marina Granvskaia has however accounted for the duo’s potential and has once again shown off her acumen by including a buy-back clause in their deals.

The Blues can bring back their former player should they choose to for a combined £108m. Livramento has a £40m buyback while Abraham’s is a relatively higher £68m. The duo left the club for £5m and £34m respectively.

While it will take a significantly higher valuation for us to bring the player to the Bridge, it could be worth it if they do go on to reach their full potential.

Chelsea have included buy-back clauses for both Tino Livramento and Tammy Abraham who left the club earlier in the summer transfer window.
Tammy Abraham left Chelsea for AS Roma. (imago Images)

Chelsea lost another promising youngster, Tariq Lamptey to Brighton in recent years. The youngster however has no clause in his deal that Chelsea can profit from. Thankfully, inserting such clauses could become standard procedure for the Blues based on their vast pool of young talents.

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Whether a day will come where Chelsea will make their movies to bring back Abraham or Livramento remains to be seen. There are no guarantees in football and it is curious to consider what may happen in the future.

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