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Tamaraebi jetting to Barcelona with his girlfriend

Ijaw extraction, Kevin Oghenetega Tamaraebi Bakumo-Abraham, also known as Tammy Abraham who was born in England, is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Chelsea got over his England snub by jetting to Barcelona with his girlfriend Leah Monroe.

The Chelsea striker, 21, was left at home by Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate despite scoring four goals in his last two Premier League matches.

Team-mate Mason Mount was called up along with Ross Barkley for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo.

But Abraham was snubbed in favour of Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford and Callum Wilson.

However, the ace was all smiles as he departed for a short trip to sunny Barcelona with his partner Leah Monroe.

The pair casually strolled through an airport with their luggage.

And Abraham even stopped to take a selfie with a fan as Frank Lampard granted him permission to have time off before the next game against Wolves later this month.

It has been claimed that Abraham is considering a switch to Nigeria on the international scene.

But Southgate insists the forward is close to getting a place in future England squads.

The gaffer said: “Tammy is one of a number of players who have either started the season well or we know well from our junior teams.

“This squad can look different over the next months.”

It now remains to be seen if Abraham can push on at Stamford Bridge after establishing himself as the first-choice striker ahead of Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi.

Chelsea fans are eager for him to plunder goals just like he did in the Championship with Aston Villa last season.

And Abraham is sure to get many more chances to increase his tally after being handed the coveted No 9 jersey for the campaign.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have called on Twitter to do more after Abraham and team-mate Kurt Zouma were both racially abused on the social media platform last month.