The 19-year-old will spend 2017/18 on loan at Swansea City, after scoring 23 goals in the Championship on loan for Bristol City.
But he will face a battle for a starting role at Swansea.
Swansea hope Llorente will recover from a fractured arm in time for Gameweek 1.
If he does, the Spaniard will surely remain the club's first-choice striker after 15 goals in his debut Premier League season.
That provided FPL managers with 23.2 points per million, bettering all other forwards for value for money.
Abraham offers greater mobility than Llorente and has the pace to run the channels, so the two could play together.
Clement opted for a two-man forward line from Gameweek 34 last season, pairing Ayew with Llorente.
This helped Llorente, who scored four goals over the final five matches.
That may convince Clement to abandon a lone-striker policy this season.
This would lead to more opportunities for Abraham, whose 2016/17 numbers compare favourably with Llorente.
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Abraham is likely to be priced at £6.0m or less, perhaps £2.0m cheaper than Llorente.
The pitch time of all three will be the key factor for managers.
Should Abraham get the chance to impress, he has the talent to convert minutes into goals and points.
Those encounters, together with the pre-season, will reveal how Abraham fits into our plans.