Barcelona and Liverpool superstar Luis Suarez has branded Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham as ‘incredible’.
Chelsea academy graduate forward has established himself as a vital player under new Blues head-coach Frank Lampard this campaign, founding back of the net 11 times in 20 games.
The 22-year-old striker has spent last campaign on loan at Aston Villa, however, has already shown he belongs in the English top-tier with a number of impressive performances for the Blues.
Suarez, who has managed to found back of the net 82 times in 133 appearences for the Merseyside Reds before helping Barcelona to claim four La Liga trophies, has heaped praise on Abraham and described the forward as ‘incredible’.
‘There are many young strikers who are playing very well this season,’ Suarez told OneFootball.
‘Personally, I have certain number of young and old strikers that I like to see them because of their skills.
‘For example, I like Tammy Abraham, Chelsea’s No 9. In my opinion, he is an incredible striker with good finishing and who moves incredibly despite of his youth.
‘Another one is Maxi Gómez and not only because he is from Uruguay, but also because he has a lot of characteristics and skills which are the ones that big teams are looking for in one striker. Obviously, Lautaro Martínez is playing at high level this season too.’
Abraham has recently suffered an injury during the Blues Champions League draw with Valencia on Wednesday and has missed the West Ham United clash.