From every indication, Aston Villa could end up as winners in the transfer saga involving English Premier League side Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham.
The star player is being linked with a number of clubs in this winter window but none is yet to fall through as blamed as been placed on the £50 million asking price by the West London outfit ion the player.
Reports according to Daily mail claims the Blues are now willing to cash in on him and let him leave on a permanent deal should suitors come in for his signature having failed to agree on loan spells with other clubs.
Efforts to have Tammy Abraham go through a second loan spell at the Villa Park have been rejected by the Englishman who claims he wants to play at a bigger stage.
Wolves are reported to be ready to have Tammy Abraham in this winter window but the Blues have been reluctant which made the player abscond from the training.
The asking fee for Tammy Abraham will also discourage Wolves from stepping forward with a bid.
This, therefore, means that Aston Villa will continue to have the service of Tammy Abraham until his future is sorted out by his West London owners.