Leyton Orient's 18 year old striker Tristan Abrahams signed a two year contract with Norwich on 31st July 2017. He made his first team debut for Orient in March 2017 and made eight further appearances, including netting the winner against Hartlepool United in April.
Abrahams will be loaned back to Leyton Orient for the 2017/18 season, but will be available to train with and feature for City’s U23s.
Matt Gill, City’s Under-23s manager, said: “Tristan had a very good end to last season, coming back from his loan [at Cambridge City] and making his senior debut at Orient in difficult circumstances. That was fantastic for the young lad, and he’s hit the ground running in first-team football. We want our boys playing senior football, so this deal works really well for us – he plays senior football and also integrates with the lads here too. He’s very athletic and everyone you speak to about him will tell you what a great attitude he has.”
Richard Money, City’s Head of Academy, added: “He’s played League Two football and is still young. He’s a big, strong centre-forward and one we think we can develop. The fact he’s already at a good club and that they want to take him back on loan is a good deal for everybody.”
On 3rd July 2018, he joined League Two side Exeter on a season long loan. He was recalled by Norwich who then loaned him to Yeovil on 31st January 2019 until the end of the 2018/19 season. Abrahams moves to Yeovil as fellow Norwich striker Diallang Jaiyesimi is recalled from his loan because of injury.
Abrahams scored his third goal in 15 games for Yeovil on 27th April 2019 against Northampton but the Cobblers equalised and the game ended 2-2 meaning Yeovil were relegated to the National League.
On 9th May 2019, it was announced that Abrahams would be leaving Norwich when his contract ends
On 25th July 2019, Abrahams signed a two year contract with Newport County. Manager Michael Flynn said: "I feel that Tristan is going to be a very good signing for the football club. He is someone I have kept an eye on since the day Leyton Orient beat us 4-0. He has undoubted talent because he got his move to Norwich City and I know that he's eager to get to that level again. He will add invaluable competition for places in the attacking department - he's big, strong, left-footed and quick."
On 1st February 2021 he returned to Leyton Orient on loan. He had scored eight goals in 28 appearances in all competitions for the Exiles during 2020/21.