Anglo-Nigerian striker Kevin Oghenetega Tamaraebi Bakumo-Abraham better known as Tammy Abraham’s career could be over before it even starts if he goes back to Chelsea, according to David Prutton.
The Sky Sports pundit says he is worried about the striker’s progression when he returns to his parent club.
After making two Premier League appearances for the Blues last season, Abraham was sent on loan to Bristol City in the summer.
He has impressed at Ashton Gate, scoring 12 times in 20 appearances this season.
But despite the 19-year-old’s good form, former Southampton and Leeds midfielder Prutton is wary about his future.
He told Sporting Life: “Tammy Abraham has done really well at Bristol City but will he get a chance when he goes back to Chelsea?
“He could be in danger of a spell like Patrick Bamford who has bounced around loan clubs.
“Bamford was great at Middlesbrough but Abraham has looked even better over a short period of time.
“He’s got all the attributes you want from a striker as he’s brave, quick, strong and obviously has an eye for goal.
“I just fear for him going back to Chelsea where it’s so hard to get a chance.”