Tammy Abraham: Age, height, girlfriend, boots, religion, stats

Carlo Garganese
Tammy Abraham: Does he have a long-term future at Chelsea?

Arsenal are planning a summer transfer move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, according to a number of reports in the English media.

Abraham is surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge, having never really gained the trust of manager Thomas Tuchel following his arrival at the start of this year.

Tuchel is prepared to let Abraham go if his price tag of around £40 million is met.

Arsenal are on the lookout for a new striker, and Abraham would jump at the chance to move to the Emirates having supported the Gunners as a kid.

So here are some of the key biographical facts about the striker.

How old is Tammy Abraham?

Tammy Abraham was born on 2 October, 1997. He is aged 23.

What is Tammy Abraham’s height?

Abraham is 6ft 3in tall, or 1.90m.

Tammy Abraham, Chelsea

Tammy Abraham, Chelsea

What is Tammy Abraham’s weight?

Abraham is reportedly 87kg, or 13st 7lb.

What football boots does Tammy Abraham wear?

Abraham wears Nike Mercurial Vapor 14 soccer cleats.

What is Tammy Abraham’s religion?

Abraham is Christian and comes from a religious family. Both his parents practice Christianity.

He has spoken before about the importance of his faith in providing him the mental strength needed to be a footballer.

Who is Tammy Abraham’s girlfriend?

Abraham is in a long-term relationship with Leah Monroe. She is a social media influencer and vlogger. The pair have been dating since 2014.

What is Tammy Abraham’s salary?

Abraham earns £4.25m a year at Chelsea or £82,000 a week.

What is Tammy Abraham’s Instagram?

Abraham’s Instagram account is under the username @tammyabraham

As of July 2021, he has 2 million followers.

What are Tammy Abraham’s stats?

Abraham joined Chelsea as an eight-year-old and graduated through the club’s youth academy.

He made his Chelsea debut as an eighteen-year-old under Guus Hiddink in the penultimate game of the 2015-16 season against Liverpool.

He has since gone on to have successful loan spells at Bristol City and Aston Villa – and a less prosperous one at Swansea City.

Abraham then became part of Chelsea’s first team under Frank Lampard, scoring 18 goals in all competitions in 2019-20.

However, he struggled for form and minutes the following campaign, scoring just six goals in the Premier League.

The 23-year-old made his England debut in 2017 against Germany and has gone on to win six caps, scoring once against Montenegro.