Nigerian Striker Dubbed The New Tammy Abraham Arrives In London To Complete Chelsea MovePublished: January 10, 2020
Norwegian-born Nigerian striker Bryan Fiabema has arrived in London to complete his transfer to Premier League side Chelsea.
Allnigeriasoccer.com can confirm news first broken by Chelsea youth-team guru Chelsea Youth that Fiabema is set to sign a contract with the Blues as from today following his arrival in the English capital.
Fiabema has been offered a contract by the Stamford Bridge outfit after dazzling the youth team coaches whilst on trial in December 2019.
A physical and pacy forward, he has drawn comparisons with Chelsea number nine Tammy Abraham, who rose through the Academy ranks before making his first team debut against Liverpool during the 2015-2016 season.
His present Norwegian club will pocket at least 600,000 euros from the deal taking the center forward to Chelsea.
Fiabema is the youngest player of Nigerian descent to debut in the Tippeligaen, aged 16 years, 4 months and 28 days when he made his professional debut for Tromso against FK Haugesund on July 14, 2019.
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