Tammy Abraham has clarified that his universal dream has consistently been to speak to England and not Nigeria.
The 22-year-old Chelsea striker was as of late called up by England for the Euro 2020 qualifiers in the Czech Republic and Bulgaria occurring this month.
Tammy, who was conceived in the UK to Nigerian guardians is qualified to speak to the senior national group of Nigeria in spite of speaking to England at Under 18, Under 19 and Under 21 levels. In any case, with his ongoing call-up to the England senior group, the youthful striker will never again be capable change his loyalty to Nigeria on the off chance that he plays for England in their forthcoming matches.
Abraham has now turned out to admit that his first decision alternative has consistently been to speak to England and not Nigeria.
‘At the back of my head, I’ve always wanted to play for England. I was born and grown in England.
‘My dream was always to play for England. It doesn’t effect the fact Nigeria still wanted me, and it’s a big nation. I love both nations. My head was just screwed on with England.
‘I’m here and I’m ready to stay. I want to do the best I can. That means playing well, for club and country.
‘Just hopefully I can get many years experience under my belt for England.’
Tammy Abraham was called alongside his Chelsea teammate Fikayo Tomori, who was born in Calgary, Canada, to Nigerian parents.