Swansea City striker, Tammy Abraham has an anxious wait on his mind, as he is eagerly looking up to whether he would be named in England’s provisional list for the World Cup next week.
Abraham will on Wednesday find out if he would be in line to make England’s squad for Russia 2018, as the FA on Friday revealed that The Three Lions’ roster will be announced next midweek.
Abraham, who is on loan from Chelsea, reportedly rebuffed the attempts of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president, Amaju Pinnick to have him play for his fatherland despite the NFF boss being his father’s childhood friend.
Born Kevin Oghenetega Tamaraebi Bakumo- Abraham to Nigerian parents from Warri, Delta State, Abraham played in two international friendlies against Germany and Brazil on 10 and 14th November 2017 which both ended scoreless.
The beanpole striker also was in action for the England U21 side that edged Romania 2-1 on March 24.
England will warm up for the World Cup with internationals against Nigeria at Wembley on June 2 and then play Costa Rica at Elland Road in Leeds on June 7.
They kick off their Russia 2018 campaign against one of African representatives Tunisia on June 18 in Volgograd.