Chelsea are looking to slash Tammy Abraham asking price amid interest coming from Arsenal, MySportDab reports.
The Blues are looking to offload England international this summer transfer window as they are hoping to make a move for Erling Haaland.
Tammy Abraham might be finally leaving Chelsea this summer as they are looking to slash his asking price which is already at €40 million.
This is to enable them to offload the player and get more funds which will be used for Erling Haaland’s move this summer transfer window.
The Blues have been keen on making a move for a new striker after last season which saw them struggle with goals in some games.
Chelsea are, according to reports coming from The Sun, ready to slash Tammy Abraham’s £40 million ($56m) asking price after struggling to find a buyer for the player at that price.
That is good news for the likes of Arsenal, West Ham United and Aston Villa, who remain keen on the England international striker but cannot afford to spend so big on him.
This could see a move happening this summer with the player not being part of Thomas Tuchel plans ahead of the new season.
Chelsea recently handed Academy graduate Armando Broja a five year deal and he will be staying ahead of the new season after Olivier Giroud was sold.
The only target right now for the London side is getting a striker and Erling Haaland is that man they want badly.