Chelsea-Owned Striker Abraham Market Value Rises To The Highest In His CareerPublished: February 28, 2019
Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham has seen his market value rise to the highest in his career, according to the updated figures by Transfermarkt.co.uk.
The exceptional form of the Aston Villa striker was taken note of before arriving at a figure of £13.50 million, making him the third most valuable player in the Championship.
Aston Villa teammate Jack Grealish is the most expensive player in the Championship at £18m followed by Stoke City glovesman Jack Butland who is rated at £16.2m.
The 21-year-old Abraham is the highest scoring Nigeria-eligible player in the top four divisions in England, with 20 goals from 28 matches.
He is ranked number 41 among all players born in 1997, number two among all players at Aston Villa and is the 65th most expensive center forward in the world.
Abraham was rated nine million pounds at the end of May 2018, meaning his market valued has increased by £4.5m after nine months.
Another Chelsea loanee in Fikayo Tomori also has the highest market value in his career, presently at £6.3m after it was updated on Wednesday, February 27.
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