Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is reportedly wanted by Premier League pair Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers after shining at Aston Villa.

Tammy Abraham is likely to turn down moves to Everton or Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer as he has his heart set on making a mark at parent club Chelsea, according to the Evening Standard.

The 21-year-old has long been seen as one of the few Stamford Bridge academy graduates capable of forcing their way into the first team in West London and his reputation has been considerably enhanced by an outstanding loan spell in the Championship with Aston Villa.

Abraham, who earned two caps for the England national team, has scored 26 goals for Villa, firing the Midland giants into the play-off final.

The Telegraph reports that, should Villa beat either Leeds or Derby at Wembley, they will look to sign the prolific goal-poacher on a permanent basis for a club-record £25 million.

Everton are interested too, as are a Wolves side who made an £18 million bid for Abraham back in January, according to The Sun.

But The Standard believes that he has little interest in moving to Molineux or Goodison Park, while a permanent stay at Villa Park is unlikely too with Abraham hoping to finally establish himself at Chelsea.

With The Blues under a FIFA-imposed transfer ban this summer, his dream might just come true.

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