Date: 2nd August 2018 at 5:00pm
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We are keen on recruiting Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, according to the Birmingham Mail. However, it seems the player is reluctant to drop down a division and is looking for another loan spell in the Premier League.

The 20-year-old struggled somewhat during his time at Swansea last season, scoring just five goals in 31 Premier League appearances. There were mitigating circumstances with the forward having started just 15 times and playing for a struggling team.

Still, whether another top flight club will take a chance on him, it is not known. If he can’t secure a move to another top division side, I asked fans whether he’d be welcome at Villa Park. A huge majority think he would be a perfect fit:

I certainly agree with the majority here. Abraham is still learning the game but the fact he has already previously scored 20+ goals in the Championship suggests he would be a massive hit if he does move on loan.

Of course, there are no guarantees, but he would definitely strengthen our attack if he were to join before the end of the month.


One Reply to “Perfect Signing – 81% Of Villa Fans Polled Keen For Club To Seal Loan Deal For 20 Year Old”

  • How about a move to Chelsea for Grealish for £30m with a loan back for next season and Abraham’s as part of the deal , I think we would be in good shape then, Don’t you get teed off with the same old story time after time day after day spurs about to sign Grealish it will be the same tomorrow Saturday,Sunday, and he will be playing for us on Monday, Fake news or what these guys have nothing better to write about.
    I also think that Chester who I like as a player should keep out of the Grealish transfer and keep his opinions to himself. This aspect of the club has nothing to do with him. He gets paid to play not comment.
    On a personal note I haven’t seen any evidence from Grealish himself that he wants to go, but if he does so be it but only for our club valuation, and stuff Levy he’s just a waster.

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