Chelsea to make transfer decision on Tammy Abraham
Chelsea are likely to sort out the future of Tammy Abraham by mid-January amid the transfer interest from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The west Midlands outfit are said to have already failed with a permanent move for Abraham but they remain optimistic of landing him on a short-term loan for the season.
According to The Telegraph, the Blues are currently considering the prospect of recalling Abraham from his loan stint at Aston Villa and they have until mid-January to trigger the recall clause available.
Should this be the case, Wolves are likely to propose a temporary deal, although the Blues may want assurances of regular gametime for their player following the move.
Abraham has been in superb form since dropping to the Championship with Aston Villa and he is currently leading the league scoring charts jointly with 16 goals.
His efforts have kept the Villains within five points off the playoff zone despite their average run of form and the club are certain to be hampered by his potential exit.