Chelsea want to keep Tammy Abraham but with Sampdoria still knocking around Stamford Bridge in hopes to snap him up ahead of rivals in the Serie A, it would be a hit for both player and club.
The England international was away at Swansea last season and despite boasting a strong start at the beginning, his form took a sudden dip towards the end of his loan spell.
Abraham racked up five goals in his first 10 appearances, but burn out dramatically, netting just three in his next 29 outings.
The youngster has a great burst of energy, quick on the ball but former Arsenal midfielder and ESPN FC pundit Stewart Robson is concerned about his technical levels.
Robson believes he can be chiseled back to shape if the club allows him to join Italian side Sampdoria who are reportedly keen on signing the 20-year-old on loan.
“It would be a good move for him,” Robson said.
“I saw him at Swansea last year. Did okay at the start then, just went off the boil.
“He’s quick, he’s got lots of energy. I’m still not sure about his technical quality.
He added that Sampdoria would be a perfect place for the youngster to break out as an upcomer.
“Sampdoria would suit him perfectly. That would be a hit for both player and club.”