A rush of goals in his past two matches for Aston Villa in the English Championship has put Nigerian-born attacker, Tammy Abraham on the cards for a return to his parent club, Chelsea.
Footballlive.ng gathered that Abraham’s stunning rain of four goals the previous weekend and another salvo this past one have shot him back into top reckoning at Stamford Bridge.
Consequently, The Blues have now launched a bold move to cut short the striker’s loan spell at Aston Villa.
As he continues hogging headlines, Abraham has been named the Player of the Month in the EFL Championship for October 2018.
He was rated the most outstanding player in the English second-tier after scoring in three successive games, accumulating six goals.
Abraham notched an assist as Aston Villa beat Bolton Wanderers 2-0 on October 2, before netting against Derby County on October 10 and Birmingham City on October 25.
On October 28, the England U21 star scored his first professional hat-trick in a ten-goal thriller between Villa and Nottingham Forest.
The 21-year-old has averaged 3.2 shots and won 2.6 aerial duels per game from 14 appearances in the Championship, scoring 11 goals in total, thereby igniting a recall to Chelsea.
The Blues’ management are delighted with the progress of Abraham at Villa Park and they wish to get him back to London in January.
Chelsea intend to recall the England international striker, who scored four goals in a 5-5 draw with Nottingham Forest last week, and register him with Maurizio Sarri’s squad for the second-half of the season.
Sarri would add him to his squad with the intention to play the striker given hs team’s problems in front of goal this season.