, Aston Villa loan duo say their goodbyes in Instagram posts

Aston Villa loan duo say their goodbyes in Instagram posts

For Aston Villa fans, it was the best of seasons. Three years after relegation, the Villans are back amongst the elite of English football after gaining promotion to the Premier League.

There’d been worries that another season in the Sky Bet Championship would have impacted negatively on the club with FFP contravention knocking hard at the door. As it is, that particular worry is firmly on the backburner, what with a Premier League campaign to plan for.

As for that campaign, Villa will have to plan for it without being able to rely on two loan players who had a massive impact at Villa Park last season: Alex Tuanzebe (Manchester United) and Tammy Abraham (Chelsea).

With promotion in the bag, with highly successful seasons under their belts, both Tuanzebe and Abraham have said their goodbyes to the club – both posting their messages to fans on Instagram.

Alex Tuanzebe says his goodbyes to Villa fans

 

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@avfcofficial Thank you for a memorable season!

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21-year-old Tuanzebe featured 25 times for Villa over the course of their successful promotion campaign. Such was the level and consistency of his performances, some sources were reporting that Manchester United were wanting to develop him in-house this coming season.

Abraham waves fond farewell to Villa fans

It can be argued that the massive bulk of Villa’s success last season rested on the young shoulders of 21-year-old striker Tammy Abraham. The on-loan Chelsea starlet played in 37 games for Villa whilst on loan, scoring an incredible 25 goals and adding three assists.

Whilst Vila fans may have only fond memories of loanees Alex Tuanzebe and Tammy Abraham to look back on, they have an interesting summer of recruitment to look forward to as they build towards their Premier League return.

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