Chelsea accept £18m bid from Wolves for Tammy Abraham

Tanya Simon
January 3, 2019

Chelsea are reportedly set to confirm their second transfer of the winter transfer window with Tammy Abraham seemingly close to joining Wolverhampton Wanderers this month.

Abraham is now on loan to Aston Villa in the Championship and has been heavily impressing in the second tier.

This would obviously lead to Villa losing Abraham if a permanent move could be agreed upon - but the latest report suggests Chelsea do not want to sell their rising star.

Abraham scored twice in Tuesday night's 2-2 draw with Queens Park Rangers, the result leaving Villa 10th in the Championship, five points adrift of the play-off places.

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Abraham joined Chelsea as a youth player, but is yet to start a match for the senior team. However, it appears Abraham, who has 16 goals and one assist to his name, is about to face the exit door with Championship giants.

Abraham will now speak to Wolves to negotiate personal terms but the club are well positioned to better his current salary.

Chelsea are assessing a number of their players now out on loan and are yet to decide whether to recall Abraham, which they would have to do for any transfer to proceed.

The report claims that Chelsea are considering their options and could yet loan Abraham out to another Premier League club before the end of the month.

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