The Nigerian Football Federation, NFF is hoping to persuade the Swansea City teenager, Tammy Abraham to play for the Super Eagles rather than England.The 19-year-old has already played for England at youth level but can still switch allegiances because he has yet to play for the senior side.
The 19-year-old has already played for England at youth level but can still switch allegiances because he has yet to play for the senior side.
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Meanwhile, Tammy has featured in all Swans premier league matches this season but he’s yet to hit the back of the net.
However, manager Paul Clement while speaking on his striking options in their next EPL game on Saturday against Watford only mentioned Wilfried Bony saying: “His physical condition is good. He’s definitely in contention for a start this weekend.”
He further said: “I’m pleased with the way the team has defended, less so with the offensive side. When we get the two right, we’ll be a good side.
“The team is evolving. It has some different qualities that we didn’t have last year. In other areas, we’ve lost a bit. But it will come.”
“Ki returned to training today after his surgery in the summer so that’s very positive.”
“When you play one of the big clubs, it can be very difficult to stop. Before Manchester City, their results have been good.”
Swansea have been drawn against Manchester United in the Carabao Cup and Clement has this to say: “It’s exciting. It’s important to try and do well in this competition. It’s a fantastic tie.
“It shows they still have a fantastic squad of players when you make those changes and they are still that potent. There are lots of games to play before then but it’s something to look forward to.”