Super Eagles snub Tammy Abraham won’t relegate with Swansea City

Super Eagles snub Tammy Abraham won’t relegate with Swansea City

Nigeria snub Tammy Abraham has confirmed that he will not be staying at Swansea City beyond this season after the Welsh Clubside got demoted to the EFL Championship over the weekend.

Abraham joined the Welsh outfit last summer on a season-long loan and finished the season with 8 goals in 39 appearances.

Abraham earned plenty of praise in the first three months of the season, netting four goals in 11 games, which led to a maiden call-up to the England squad ahead friendlies against Brazil and Germany.

The Nigeria-born England international took to the Social Media to appreciate the Club following Sunda’s loss to Stoke City at home, his tweet reads:

Abraham, who is regarded as one of the bright young prospects at Chelsea, has played two games for the Blues in the Premier League and made a name for himself during his loan spell with Championship outfit Bristol City in the 2016-2017 campaign.

Tammy categorically stated over the past year that he never considered playing for Nigeria despite being approached by the Football Federation.
Born and raised in London, Abraham was eligible to play for Nigeria through his parents,  but he opted to pledge his allegiance to England.

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