By Phil Jennings
TAMMY Abraham’s availability is attracting interest from abroad and Fenerbache are the latest side to show an interest in the Villa loan striker.
Abraham is back at his parent club Chelsea after a successful season at Villa Park where his 26 goals helped get Dean Smith’s side promoted.
But now Turkish side Fenerbache say they want the 21-year-old on loan next season according to one of the country’s news outlets Star.
It remains to be seen what plans Chelsea have for Abraham, who wants to try and make it into the first team at Stamford Bridge.
But if they had any plans to loan him out, it would seem unlikely that he would be sent out to Turkey – and the player would probably not agree to that.
Villa have reportedly been told that they will not be able to take Abraham on loan again – but a £25million bid could earn him a move back to the Midlands.
Chelsea are wary of the two-window transfer ban that is hanging over the club at the moment.
That could leave Olivier Giroud and Abraham as the only senior strikers available to them if the club reject the chance to sign Gonzalo Higuain on a permanent basis.
Abraham sees a possible chance to make his mark at Chelsea, and could be playing under a new manager next season if Maurizio Sarri leaves for Juventus. It will be a waiting game for the striker but Fenerbache would seem a remote option for the player to take at this stage of his career.