According to reports, Tammy Abraham, the promotion hero of Aston Villa is
in line for a fresh contract with Chelsea. The new contract will double the
wage of player.
Abraham is now 21-year-old and he scored 26 goals in the last season at
Villa helping fire the side of Dean Smith for playing off glory. He played for
Chelsea on the weekend and opened his account for the team opposite Norwich
City. Abraham was criticized by football pundits after a
few of his last performance, when he failed to score in the first two Premier
League season’s outings and also for defeat missing Super Cup penalty shoot-out
But his performance bagged a superb brace because the side of Frank
Lampard beats Norwich with the score 3-2 at Carrow Road when the manager came
out to back the forward publicly. He is now all set to receive a bumper deal with
Chelsea, who has signed a new contract with him that will double his current
pay packet of £50,000-a-week including bonuses, according to the sources.
The side of Stamford Bridge is planning to begin negotiations before the player scored twice on Saturday because they wanted to secure the club’s long-term future. After this deal, Abraham will earn more than £100,000-a-week and this include bonuses as well.
Dean Smith was keen on bringing Abraham back in the Villa Park this summer itself, but Chelsea stopped his potential relieving and thrust the player into the starting XI due to their transfer ban. Wesley Moraes the sticker from Brazil was brought in by Villa from Club Brugge at the time of the transfer window, and on Friday night, he too got struck in this season for the first time, getting first win of 2-0 over Everton.
Aston Villa who has been promoted to the Premier League at the end of last season is keen to strengthen their team with some new faces.
Their sporting director Jesus Garcia Pitarch is reported to have a list of players that he is targeting in order to strengthen the team. He said that there is already a good squad at the moment at the club but he knows that they will need some additional signings in order to compete at the highest level.
Aston Villa resume Championship action as they welcome struggling Blackburn to Villa Park on Saturday. The Villans currently occupy the last playoff spot and are looking to continue their good run of form in the league.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has been able to steady the ship since the sacking of Steve Bruce earlier in the season. The clubs has been free-scoring and have also been able to keep the opposition from the back of the net.
The Birmingham City fan that attacked Aston Villa star Jack Grealishin Sunday’s derby game has been jailed as per reports. The 27-year old Paul Mitchell agreed he was guilty as charged at the at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court. His actions earned him a 14-week jail sentence and 10-year football ban order.
It was embarrassing that in such high profile televised encounter a fan would overcome all the obstacles and facilities in place to punch a player less than ten minutes in. Mitchell said his actions were intended to be a joke, adding that he was not drunk or not with his full mental capacity when he attacked.
Congo DR international Yannick Bolasie cut short his loan spell at Championship side Aston Villa to return back to his parent club Everton and the reason for his decision has been revealed.
Dean Smith has explained the reason why Bolasie has returned back to Goodison Park, cutting short his stay at Villa Park.
Former Spanish international player Jaunfran has been reportedly appointed as the new club scout of Aston Villa. Juanfran, who is now 42 years old retired from professional football in the year 2016 after spending 6 years of life playing incessantly for La Liga an outfit of Levine, but more than other clubs, he is most remembered for his exceptional spell at the Celta Vigo. Juanfran was a very good player and gave some thrilling performances for his team while playing at Celta Vigo.
When he was playing in Vigo, he got the maiden call-up to the national squad of Spain for the Japan and South Korea World Cup which was to be held in 2002. While interacting with Marca, the sports newspaper of Spain, Juanfran said that he grabbed the opportunity immediately, without giving a second thought after he was contacted by one of his acquaintance who is at present the sporting director of Villa and his name is Jesus Garcia Pitarch and told the newspaper that it was an honor and privilege for him to work and play at such legendary club.