In the wake of turning down Nigeria previously, Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has uncovered that he has not ruled out playing for the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

Brought up in England, Abraham has rebuked a few attempts of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to make him change his allegiance to Nigeria.

The NFF were convinced that he had consented to play for Nigeria after a meeting with him and his agent yet he insisted that his primary focus was to play for England.

It appears he’s having a change in heart as he as of late uncovered that he has not ruled out playing for Nigeria.

Anything is still possible,” he told www.aclsports.com in a recent interview. “I have not ruled it out completely but we will see,” he added. 

Abraham has been called up twice to the English national group and has shown up for the Three Lions.

His appearance for England was anyway in a friendly match which is the reason he is as yet qualified to play for Nigeria.

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