In the space of 24-hours, it is probably fair to say that the young Chelsea striker may have surprised a few people.
This time yesterday, it looked as if the 21-year-old striker was set to return from his loan spell at Aston Villa and then move to Wolverhampton Wanders to sample life in the Premier League.
Those rumours were fueled by the tabloid publication, the Mirror, reporting that Abraham did not turn for training, on Monday, with his Aston Villa team-mates.
But it now looks as if the club had simply told him to stay away until he decided where his immediate future lay.
Today, it has been confirmed by the news source, the BBC, that Abraham has decided to remain at Aston Villa looking to add to the 15 goals he’s already netted for the Championship side this season.
Although we imagine, Abraham was tempted by a move, it appears that he’s prepared to show Aston Villa some loyalty for giving him the chance to prove that he is a natural goal-scorer.
But, have we heard the last of this tale or will Wolverhampton Wanderers make another move for the England international?
That remains to be seen.
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