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08/01/2019 - 12:19 BST

Aston Villa Handed Big Boost As Tammy Abraham Turns Down Wolves


Tammy Abraham has turned down a loan move to Wolves in favour of staying on loan at Aston Villa for the rest of the season, according to Sky Sports News.

The Chelsea youngster joined the Villans last summer on a season-long loan deal and has been a success in the Championship, scoring 16 league goals.

But at the onset of the January transfer window, there were suggestions that Aston Villa could lose their top striker to the Premier League this winter.

Wolves were interested in signing the striker and while talk of a permanent move fizzled out, the Premier League side did want to sign Abraham on a loan deal.


But Abraham has turned down the opportunity to move to Molineux and play Premier League football for the latter half of the season.

The 21-year-old striker has opted to continue at Aston Villa and help them to push for a playoff spot in the second half of the Championship campaign.


Abraham has been a success in the second tier of English football but did struggle during his loan stint at Swansea in the Premier League.

He has a contract until 2022 with the Blues.