Aston Villa fans on Tammy Abraham's hopes for next season
Any lingering hope that Aston Villa might have of bringing Tammy Abraham back to the club next season appear to be over.
Abraham has spoken to The Mirror this weekend and explained how he felt he might now have a chance at Chelsea. With Chelsea under a transfer ban, Abraham is hoping he can find himself a place in the first-team picture as a consequence.
“I played under the pressure of people asking if I could score goals again and help them get back into the Premier League.
“I have been there, done that and now I have full confidence in my ability to score for Chelsea.”
Aston Villa will be disappointed there is no chance of a reunion next season.
The 21-year-old had an excellent season on loan at Villa Park last season. Abraham scored 26 goals in 41 games for Aston Villa, as they won promotion back to the Premier League.
Aston Villa fans certainly have mixed views on the matter.
Many feel that Abraham is deluded to feel he has a genuine chance of regular football at Chelsea at this point of his career.
Others simply do not think he is good enough.
But plenty of Aston Villa fans are also disappointed that their top scorer from last season will not be back at the club in the Premier League next term.
Here is some of the best reaction from Twitter…
No update. He’s a Chelsea lad, deserves a chance at the club. Good luck to him and he’ll always be a hero at Villa.
— Matt AVFC (@everysongsung) June 23, 2019
He is not a premier league player.Did great for us, but better out there than him.Bang average in last month of the season.Wish him well
— Chris Keogh (@Christo46281293) June 23, 2019
A very good player. He’s only 21. Target men tend to come of age later. I think he could do a great job at Chelsea. Would be great if villa could sign him, but unlikely.
— gallagat0r (@gallagat0r) June 23, 2019
Oh okay. Let’s see how that one turns out then. Good luck!
— Mutley (@mutley4659) June 23, 2019
Good luck to him. If ever there as a chance for him it’s now. Especially if Lampard does become manager.
— ???? (@doc3d) June 23, 2019
Aw come back to @AVFCOfficial @tammyabraham
— Kevin G Conroy?? (@KevGeo2011) June 23, 2019
Tammy did his best for us and could make an impact next season. Whether he is good enough to start for Chelsea is another thing.
— Captain Grealish. (@10Grealish) June 23, 2019
Well just remember AVFC aren’t your safety net
— Brian Brogden (@you_big_bully) June 23, 2019
Unfair to Tammy but I can’t see Chelsea giving him the chance he really deserves.
— AVFC Karl (@KB_Vtid) June 23, 2019
Tammy did a great job for us and made a significant contribution in getting us promoted. I wish him well whatever he does, and will always give him a warm welcome – whatever! UTFV
— walshcat (@walshcat1) June 23, 2019
The England Under-21 game summed him up the other day for me. Had 3 chances, only put 1 away. He wont get as many chances in the Prem so as it stands, he isnt ready to start for Chelsea imo. Would be better off continuing his development whether at Villa or elsewhere
— James (@Mr_AVFC) June 23, 2019
Yeah exactly. He’ll probably have less pressure now anyways- playing in a smaller stadium at Chelsea ✍️
— Forza Aston Villa (@AstonForza) June 23, 2019
@tammyabraham has helped us get promotion. Did not leave us when he could have been playing Premier League football with Wolves. He owes us nothin more and I wish him the best at Chelsea as he deserves his chance. Thank you sir! #avfc https://t.co/SOjJwLPVq0
— Gary Poole (@gary_poole80) June 23, 2019
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