Many Aston Villa fans have reacted to a latest news article discussing whether Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham could make a return to the club.
The 22-year-old striker arrived on a season-long loan at Villa Park in the summer of 2018 and played a big part in the club’s promotion via the play-offs to the Premier League.
Netting an impressive 26 goals in 41 games for Villa, Abraham returned to parent club Chelsea last summer where he has since gone on to feature regularly for the Blues.
A return of 14 Premier League goals for Chelsea this season has been impressive from the youngster but his future is now under question as boss Frank Lampard looks to welcome new signing Timo Werner to the club this summer.
With his future under question, Birmingham LIVE reported last month that Abraham had turned down a new contract offer from Chelsea, which would certainly capture the interest of Villa. On the back of that there have been questions over whether Villa could make a return move for the striker, including on the Claret and Blue podcast.
Reacting to the links via Twitter account @AVFC_News, Villa fans responded to the potential of Abraham returning.
Him or Origi . In dream land though. Even if Chelsea / Liverpool decide to sell there’d be plenty of other clubs wanting them. I’d go and get Josh King
— Rides (@PaulRideout) August 6, 2020
This is the one player I think this team needs. The other players linked are nice but Abraham will be the difference maker next seasonS
— Aston Villa Rise (@aston_rise) August 6, 2020
No chance, but how amazing would that be.
— VeggieSize Me (@RockPaperPro) August 6, 2020
I hope this comes true UTV
— phil bradford bulls (@phililly1) August 6, 2020
Pay Chelsea wot they want bring him back
— Stephen (@MillardEmma) August 6, 2020
Which means we’re aren’t in for him…
— lord maul (@maulz76) August 7, 2020
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