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Aston Villa Target Abraham Transfer Return

Aston Villa Target Abraham Transfer Return

Tammy Abraham has turned down the chance to return to Aston Villa for another spell and is determined to fight for his place at Chelsea.

Abraham spent time on loan at Aston Villa two years ago.

The forward scored 26 goals and helped fire the team to promotion to the Premier League.

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Villa are now reportedly hoping fellow striker Timo Werner’s high-profile arrival at Stamford Bridge will persuade Abraham of the need to look elsewhere for regular first-team football.

But despite the interest from the club where he has fond memories from the Championship, the 22-year-old is determined to stay and fight for his place at Chelsea, reports the Daily Mail.

Abraham enjoyed a breakthrough campaign in Frank Lampard’s side, scoring 16 goals including the opener at home to Villa, and seven in the space of three matches this time last year.

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  • Unicorn 2 years ago

    Yea…right where he belongs and from there to Championship! Ewu…abeg spare us this guys news joor

  • That is spirit. Fight and let your relevance be obvious instead of fighting for a raise at a time when you are not performing. I hope your days of oblivion had not started already because by sentiment Timo is already preferred to you. And by quality, it is quite a mountain for you to climb. This is such a time a player needs his national team and I am almost certain England will so ditch you.

    I thought Saka was more intelligent than you and Tomori but I could see he is also a bird of a the same feather. May God bless you all in your endeavors as I pray Eze and Saka will wake up from their stupidity before it is way too late for them. If you have a good heart, advise Saka and Eze if they are your friends before it is too late for them too.

  • Fantastic @Debo. Both Tomori and Abraham will soon vanish into the thin air in England National Team, while Tomori is seeing the hand writing on the Wall at present ,Abraham chances is dwindling in Chelsea which may affect his place in  English Team. I hope they both sensitise saka and Eze to wisely look before they leap. SE should be their target 

  • Saka has not committed to England. He has reiterated that though he was born and bred in England his heart is with Nigeria. Pls fans shouldnt scare Saka away from SE with their negative comments

  • Omoatama 2 years ago

    Bukayo Saka was just recently invited to the england U-21 squad and obviously he is going to honour the invitation but the reverse would the case if he was pencilled down for our national team the super eagles,he wouldn’t bat an eyelid to publicly reject our invitation under the guise he needs more time to settle down and cement his place at his club,that is all hogwash,he is Nigeria by descent but his heart lies with england if he wants to dorn our green and white jersey he would have outspokenly rejected his invitation to the england U-21 set up(albeit in a competitive fixture) knowing the rigours involve in switching nationalities at the U-21 level,with the avalanche of players and talents our gaffer Gernoht Rohr have at his disposition it will be needless going through those stringent conditionalities of FIFA signing his switch of nationality, these young lads are apparently using Nigeria to get the attention of their adopted country england and it had yielded positive result for them,Tammy Abraham,Arnault Danjuma,Philip Anyanwu Billing,Eberechi Eze and Fikayo Tomori have gone through that path and Bukayo saka has followed suit,I agree he is a diamond in the rough but we are good with or without him,Nigeria is bigger than any player,let us focus and celebrate players who are committed to sweat out their blood for us and take us to greater heights,nonetheless I wish them success in their various national team careers and hope their choices wouldn’t boomerang on them,Soar high super eagles.