Nigeria FA president working on country swap for Chelsea's Abraham

Tammy Abraham could yet trade England international duty for Nigeria if the Super Eagles federation president has his way.

Amaju Pinnick, the president of NIgeria's federation, believes Chelsea striker Abraham could choose the country of his father's birth when he commits his future to a senior international team.

Abraham, 19, is spending the season on loan with Swansea and has played for England, where he was born, at the U18, U19 and U21 levels.

"We are working on getting Abraham," Pinnick told reporters. "Tammy is like my son. His father and I grew up in the same neighbourhood.

"So when they talk about him, I just laugh because I know what to do."