Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham says he’s yet to make a decision of whether to play for Nigeria’s Super Eagles or the Three Lions of England.
There are reports that England manager, Gareth Southgate could name Abraham today in the squad that will face Czech Republic and Bulgaria in the Euro 2020 qualifiers, but the 21-year-old has revealed he is still undecided on who he will represent.
Abraham has been in impressive form in the colours of the Blues, having scored eight goals in 10 appearances in all competitions this season.
The former England youth international, who can still play for the Super Eagles despite featuring for England in an international friendly game, has become a hit under Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard.
He told Skysports after Chelsea’s 2-1 win against Lille in Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League that he’s not made a decision on his international future.
"I haven't made my decision yet"
Tammy Abraham is set to be called up by England later today, but admits he is still not ruling out playing for Nigeria
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“For me is clearly I am doing something right on the pitch for Chelsea. And I just have to keep going and I know my time will come.
“I am not sure I have made a decision yet because I just want to focus on my club right now.