Nigerian-born Aston Villa striker Tammy Abraham could snub Wolverhampton Wanderers' £20 million bid according to reports.
Football Live previously reported that the in-form youngster who is currently on loan from Chelsea has garnered attention again, this time through Bundesliga side RB Leipzig who have shown a keen interest in offering him a deal.
While Tammy initially predisposed to accepting Wolves’ £20m offer, as it would be a good opportunity to return to the English Premier League spotlight in the summer, Tammy has surprisingly turned his sights on moving to Leipzig, who once also had fellow-Nigerian-born England youth international, Ademola Lookman.
Further reports suggest that the budding striker feels the option to move to Germany is better with stronger future projections and he could possibly the latest England youngster to join a club in the Bundesliga.
Leipzig are reportedly on the lookout for Borussia Dortmund youngster Jadon Sancho's replacement and Tammy has been tipped to be the next in line after his impressive display in the English Championship.
Tammy Abraham has scored 21 goals in the 2018/19 season and was the subject of massive interest from Wolves in January before deciding to stay at Villa Park.
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