Recent reports seem to link the Chelsea FC U23 player Tammy Abraham with a possible loan move to the Liberty Stadium this summer. Paul Clement wants to reinforce his squad for the upcoming Premier League campaign and is inclined on having a better and successful season with Swansea City.
The 19 year old forward has had an impressive season with Bristol City last season and has shown traits and glimpses of skill and creativity which has apparently caught the eye of Swansea City manager Paul Clement who is looking to infuse exuberance and vigour in the final third of his squad, something that they had been missing all throughout last season.
The English teenager is currently tied to his present employers till 2019 but with apparent chances of appearing with the first team looking seemingly thin, the youngster might be tempted to swap shirts with the Swans in lure of getting some prime first team action and that too in the Premier League.
Let’s take a look at the stats of the individual.
The player had been in scintillating form for Bristol City in the Premiership campaign and has already shown huge potential that could see him as a lethal forward in the upcoming years.
The 19-year-old has netted 26 times along with making 3 assists in all competitions in his 48 appearances with the club last season. Certainly, the player has the potential to become a potent forward in the coming years.
His pass success accuracy of 70.3% is also not that bad taking into account his age. The Englishman’s average of 2.7 shots per game is also quite impressive and commendable nonetheless.
Although the above stats have been achieved by the individual in the Championship, still one has to give him credit for the accomplishments the youngster has made at such a tender age.
Certainly, a potential worth investing in. (Stats via WhoScored)
What’ll he offer the Club?
A possible loan move to the Swans might actually prove to be beneficial for both the club and the individual at the moment. He would surely get some time to learn and adjust to the playing styles and characteristics of the Premier League and would get a better chance to grow and develop under the able guidance of Paul Clement and his parent club might get a better-finished product at the end of the loan move.
With Swans struggling to find creativity and speed in the final third of the pitch, the teenager might prove to be the way out for Clement.
Certainly, a classic loan move to light up the Liberty Stadium, it seems!