Wolverhampton Wanderers have made an outstanding return to the Premier League, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side having big aspirations in the coming years.
Last year in the Championship we saw Wolves stroll to promotion and the title, with Nuno’s side arguably the best ever to compete at that level.
They’re managing to pick up big results in the Premier League too, with the Molineux club certainly one on the rise.
According to The Sun, they’ve had an £18m bid accepted for Aston Villa loanee, Tammy Abraham, further highlighting how ambitious the club are.
The Chelsea youngster has 16 goals in 20 starts for Villa this season, which has led to Premier League interest from Wolves.
It’s a transfer that appears to be developing early this month, with Wolves looking to find the clinical finisher that has been lacking at Molineux so far this season.
Here’s a look at the reaction of the Molineux faithful…
Seems Tammy Abraham rumour has legs then, interesting ???????????? definitely one for the future and great competition for Jimenez #wwfc
— Danny Powers (@Danny_Powers) January 2, 2019
Tammy Abraham is a funny way of spelling Talisca …..#wwfc
— TheLobosWolves (@THELOBOSWOLVES) January 2, 2019
Expected Tammy Abraham to eventually make it at Chelsea, so it will be a huge coup for Wolves if they get him for £18m. He will need time, but has the potential to be a 15-goal-per-season striker at Molineux, which can be the difference between mid-table and Europe. #wwfc
— Darren Plant (@Dazman5) January 2, 2019
Definitely give tammy Abraham a go. Banged them in at championship, not amazing at Swansea but they were hardly amazing when he was there. #WWFC
— Stuart Polak (@stu_polak82) January 2, 2019
£18mil for Abraham could turn out to be an absolute bargain for Wolves, especially with their style of football and the supply he’ll get! #WWFC
— Dayle (@DayleBarron) January 2, 2019
Only concern with tammy abraham he didnt do it at swansea but he's still young and seems keen to improve his game #wwfc
— Adrian (@Sandhurstwolf) January 2, 2019
Absolutely no reason why Wolves, sitting 8th in the Premier League, shouldn't risk £18m on Tammy Abraham. Potential upside is huge – only surprise is Chelsea being willing to let him go. #WWFC
— Alex Richards (@AA_Richards) January 2, 2019