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Fulham striker Timmy Abraham off to Plymouth Argyle

last updated Friday 16th October 2020, 2:17 PM

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Plymouth Argyle have signed Fulham's 19-year-old striker Timmy Abraham on loan until January.

The deal with the Premier League club was completed in the build-up to the 5pm domestic transfer deadline today.

Abraham was reportedly a target for German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortumund earlier this month.

The intention was that, initially, he would have played for Dortmund's second team.

However, the paperwork was not completed in time before the international transfer window closed on October 5.

For now, Abraham has joined Argyle and is set to be in their squad for the League One game against Northampton Town at Home Park tomorrow.

The younger brother of Chelsea and England striker Tammy Abraham, he has not played for Fulham at first team level.

He has, however, scored two goals in three starts and two substitute appearances for the club in the EFL Trophy over the past couple of seasons.

Abraham signed on loan for League One side Bristol Rovers last January but played only four times off the bench for them.

The striker is described on the official Fulham club website as 'A direct attacking player who can play centrally or wide'.

Fulham FC statement:
The Club can today confirm that striker Timmy Abraham will join League One side Plymouth Argyle on loan until January.

Abraham gained senior experience last season, joining Bristol Rovers on loan in January.

We would like to wish Timmy the best of luck on the South-West Coast.

Source Chris Errington at Plymouth Live
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