Aston Villa News: Chelsea drop hint on their on-loan striker Tammy Abraham

Aston Villa News: Chelsea have dropped a small transfer hint on their on-loan striker Tammy Abraham. (h/t Birmingham Mail)

Abraham has been a revelation for Aston Villa this season, scoring more than 20 goals, across all competitions.

The English striker broke the club’s record for goals scored in a single season, which was held for over two decades.

His 25-goal tally has helped the Lions in their promotion push this season.

A youth product of Chelsea, Abraham signed for the first-team in 2016. He was then loaned to Bristol City and Swansea before joining Villa Park on a season-long this season.

The 21-year-old earlier expressed his desire to return to the Premier League and believes his current form could earn him a place in Maurizio Sarri’s side.

The Blues have dropped a transfer hint by posting an update on Abraham’s injury on their official website.

The striker was ruled out of Monday’s Millwall clash, owing to a shoulder injury and is expected to make his comeback against Leeds United this Sunday.

Moreover, his incredible run of form has drawn interest from RB Leipzig.

Dean Smith’s men created history on Monday, as they won 10 matches on the trot for the first time since 1912.

After going through a dip in form, the Lions redeemed themselves well with help from key players Abraham and Jack Grealish.

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Villa are now fifth in the Championship table and are maximizing their efforts to play in the Premier League next season.

They will be playing against the Whites this Sunday in a crucial game for both sides.

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