This speculation is just a small one and will take the job in being a kind of "Prologue" to my overall Wano-plot megatheory.
Udon, Linlin and Tama
Since some chapters Oda builds up Linlin to me a fellow traveller alongside the alliance. This includes creating dynamics with Chopper and Tama. Tama is noteable here, she is held by Linlin while both are amusing themselves with the thoughts of Shiruko. The food Tama at recently as her birthday meal.Capturing Tama
Real life Shiruko!
So Tama at this point has a similarity with Big Mom: Finding new friends and having an "extraordinary birthday". For Linlin this should be a familair experience, while for Tama this is the first one of this kind. But as we see Momonosuke is going through a change right now. In the first panel of this post you can clearly see him...uhm...progressing himself. Also Tama makes experiences...in combat situations and similair psychological ones as Linlin.
937 also confirms that Queen posses a bunch of Shiruko and he uses it to motivate Luffy to fight his Sumo Inferno. We learn it's the favourite food of Queen probably and now guess...Kiku and Chopper were leading Linlin with Tama and Momo towards Udon, the prison where Luffy and Queen are right now. Coincidence? I think no, Oda is foreshadowing that Shiruko is a plot-device that furthers the plot and furthers Tama's character growth.
Tama has been captured once and we still remember Tenguyama's words. I believe the interest is not fading off and the plot drives Tama towards Udon for hell a reasons. Tama will be captured again and she is the person that can make the gifters actually relevant, and we know some of them are stationed on Udon.
Tama clearly can shine again, but she is not out of danger just because the alliance is collecting. No she is in danger because the alliance is making their move. Kine'mon said their goal is to take dwn the commander's heads, and now Queen became relevant, but is it neccessary to bring Tama along? Is Kiku enough to protect her? No, from the protagonists perspective it is a huge mistake to bring Tama along, and this is what Tenguyama warned them off. But from a narrative point of view, this is neccessary, because it makes the Tama-plot on act 1 relevant again.
This leads us to the conclusion that Tama will be kidnapped during the Udon-plotline.
But what happens with Linlin? Linlin now bonded with Tama and we know that Linlin does everything for her "friends or family". Linlin isn't called "Big Mom" for any reason, she really takes a "mother-role" and it would be reprehensible from Oda if he wouldn't continue with Linlin being the mama on Wano.
1+1 Linlin would be the first one to rush over and go on to rescue Tama, and this is where Luffy will see this and understand the situation with Chopper's and Kiku's help. And this mess is perfect for Raizo to rescue Kappamatsu.
Linlins personality we got to know about on WCI, will shine with Tama bonded to her on Wano and this makes it a gateway to Linlin fighting alongside the Strawhats against the Beast Pirate's army.
Tama will be kidnapped again on Udon, which will trigger Linlin to go rescue her. Oda built up the bond between Tama and Linlin, which will make the positive aspects of Linlin (from WCI which we learned) shine on Wano. It is not clear how Linlin will evolve but this is it for Udon for now. I am sure Luffy will understand what's going on upon explanation of Kiku and Chopper and the SHPs will go along with it for now, even if this will be a huge shock for Luffy.
Thanks for reading guys!