The former Swansea loaned striker, Tammy Abraham has revealed that he had a conversation with former Real Madrid striker and Brazilian legend when he showed his gratitude concerning the 2002 World Cup winning that made him the best footballer in his time.
His much gratitude paid back after he received much advise from him.
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He took to Instagram a screenshot of the tête-à-tête with Ronaldo.
According to Tammy:
“Thanks for your wise words I feel truly blessed”
Following a season long loan spell with Swansea when he scored 8 goals in 39 appearances, Abraham will now need to battle his way into the first team, with the likes of Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata still ahead of him in the pecking order; the 20-year-old striker still has a huge mantle to climb as he must prove himself in front of his new manager Maurizio Sarri.
Although he would be considered as a preferable option in the Carabao cup and the closeness of the Europa cup means the England international can start lacing his boots.
Tammy has only been tested in the Community Shield this season, coming in as a substitute in 69th minutes in a match which ended 2 nil in favour of Manchester City.
So many clubs in the lower league have shown interest: including Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest who wanted to sign him on loan in the last summer transfer market as his record with Bristol City in 2016-2017 spell showed his importance and calmness in front of goal: netting 23 goals in 48 appearances.