Tammy Abraham will attract offers but returning to Aston Villa is his best option
Tammy Abraham’s loan spell at Aston Villa ended in promotion. Abraham led the line for the Villans at Wembley as their 2-1 win over Derby County secured a return to the Premier League.
Abraham will now head back to Chelsea with his future unclear. There are several options on the table for Abraham, who faces a big decision this summer.
Chelsea have been hit with a transfer ban and Abraham’s tally of 26 goals will not go unnoticed. The England U21 international could be fast-tracked into the Chelsea first-team next year.
Alternatively, the Blues could send him out on loan again. Abraham has spent time with Bristol City, Swansea City and Aston Villa on loan in the past.
But his last spell in the Premier League only returned five top-flight goals. Chelsea might want to run the rule over Abraham for one more year before promoting him.
The final option is selling Abraham. He would not be short of suitors; Wolves missed out in January and are ready to reignite their interest (BBC Sport).
But his best option would be a return to Aston Villa – either back on loan or permanently. The 21-year-old is settled at Aston Villa and the focal point to every attack.
Returning to a familiar environment, under Dean Smith, with first-team guarantees surely appeals to Abraham. The twice-capped England striker could take his game to the next level if he remains at Villa Park and embarks on a new challenge.
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