Wolves should rival Newcastle for striker Tammy Abraham
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo should consider making a move for Tammy Abraham.
The Chelsea striker is currently on loan at Championship side Aston Villa, where he has scored 12 goals in 17 games.
The Blues have the option to cut short his move and recall him in January if they want, which would be a huge blow for Villa if that were to happen.
Newcastle United have been linked with a move for him (Chronicle Live), as have Crystal Palace.
There’s a feeling that Abraham is able to cut it in the Premier League, especially having had a taste for top flight action at Swansea City last season.
A team that could certainly benefit from Abraham’s services is Wolves.
A great complement to Jimenez
Espirito Santo is understood to want a striker in January, with Raul Jimenez currently carrying a lot of responsibility.
The Mexico international has been a huge player for the Black Country club this term following his loan from Benfica, but he undoubtedly needs help up top.
Signing Abraham would provide an injection of pace to complement Jimenez’s burly style.
Together they could be a frightening proposition for Premier League defences.
Espirito Santo shouldn’t stand by and watch teams compete to sign Abraham. If there’s going to be a scrap he should be in and amongst it.
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