Tammy Abraham is now a top priority player for the Toffees, but Chelsea may face trouble while selling him. On loan from the Stamford Bridge club, Tammy Abraham has repeatedly proven that he’s a charismatic youngster who has a bright future ahead. At Swansea, he was instrumental in shaking the net multiple times but failed to keep the Welsh side in the Premier league eventually relegating to championship last season.
He’s gone on to the next level at Villa where he is helping the club’s dream of promotion back to the Premier League. Aston Villa has managed a playoff spot aided by his 25 goals and 3 assists.
Such a want-away striker has drawn interest from a top-flight club, namely Everton. Merseyside side rivals of Liverpool appointed then Watford boss Marko Silva at the start of the season in the belief that he will reconstruct a team that was lacking competitiveness last season & almost on the verge of relegation.
Doing good business by securing his players from the Hornets, Richarlison, Silva was able to have happy days back at Goodison Park. Though he got the best out of his tactics towards the end of the current campaign, Marko has a lot of positives to look for. His side even thrashed United 4-0 to eventually end hopes for the Red Devils to secure a top four berth. But the issue that remained was a formidable striker that can drive the team consistently & chase for a Europa League spot often about.
So the interest in Abraham is justified, with Wolves looking to sign him apart from the Merseyside outfit. The Toffees will be able to increase their potential in seasons to come if they manage to grab in. Not only will it allow Everton to score more & prove a challenging club against top sides again but it will free up the Brazilian on the right side. Not having anyone playing a decent striker role, Richarlison was put to play a false nine often regardless of having a striker or not in the starting eleven. It was somewhat productive but stripped him from playing in his original position independently. With Tammy in the side in the future, it should end this. Regardless of how much Everton profited from bringing the Englishmen on a permanent basis, it would strike Tammy’s parent club.
Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea have at last found the path to being involved in Champions League football next season by defeating Watford 3-1 at Stamford Bridge this past weekend. Arsenal and United dropped two massive points against their opposition on the day which prevented them to topple either Chelsea or Spurs for a higher finish. This means they don’t need to go into the final day of the season craving a win. However, the Blues have nothing to relax about or enjoy the top four standing they secure.
Chelsea still have a transfer ban to think about which will restrict them to sign or offload any player in the entirety of next season over two windows. The ban is unlikely to be lifted and this may force them to recall loan added players around Europe. The Blues are the only side in the Premier League to have a big chunk of players enjoying loan spells at England or other countries. But they need to bring Tammy Abraham back from his loan at Villa because Giroud, their backup to Higuain who’s a starter in the Premier League, won’t be staying.
Tammy Abraham has scored his 60th goal in English football across all competitions.
He’s only 21 years old. ? pic.twitter.com/mDxGvyhdCY
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) 11 May 2019
Due to the ban, no player in the Chelsea dugout cannot sign a contract extension for more than a year & it is likely that the Frenchman will finish off his business over here. Aged 32, he’s unlikely to stay in England for much longer & will see the end of his career somewhere else. This will prove an alarming side for Chelsea, who will have to sustain both domestic & European fight with a single commendable striker. Higuain is unable to play every game and this may open up chances for Abraham to get some game time in the blue jersey.
It is a wait to see whether Sarri will provide the youngster with some adequate amount of matches to play alongside the ageing Higuain or whether he will have to serve a true purpose to Evertonians. Time will tell!