Tammy Abraham has been sublime for Aston Villa since getting a sanctioned short-term switch to the club in the summer. But shipping the 21-year-old back is now on the Chelsea cards.
Abraham is still notching up enough experience under his belt at Villa Park and tearing him away from the club in January will be hard to stomach by boss Dean Smith.
Abraham has been spot on, putting balls into his path, into the net. The 21-year-old has had 11 goals in for Villa this season, and doesn’t look like he’s going hit the brakes on his efforts this season.
Chelsea believes he’s packed enough wealth of experience and want him back in their front ranks.
But Villa has a better picture for him. Smith has frowned at the move and he is hopeful Chelsea can waved off thoughts of calling him back unto the team.
Villa is hoping they can play the Terry card. Blues legend John Terry is an assistant coach at the club and the bigwigs at the Championship outfit are hopeful ties with Terry can delay his return to Stamford Bridge.
Tammy has been putting a good work and display at the outfit and is just few paces off a brilliant all season record.