West Ham United interested in Chelsea striker
West Ham United are keen on landing the signature of Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham during the forthcoming transfer window.
The England international is the Blues' top scorer this term with 12 goals, but he has completely fallen out-of-favour under Thomas Tuchel.
Abraham has not featured for the Blues for two months, and this has raised question marks regarding his future with the club.
According to The Mail, the Hammers are likely to make an approach for Abraham if the Blues decide to place him on the transfer market.
The Hammers have just one senior striker in Michail Antonio in their ranks after the departure of Sebastien Haller to Ajax in January.
Antonio has had his injury troubles over the past few years, and he is currently out of contention with a hamstring problem.
The Hammers are currently only goal difference behind Chelsea in the race for the final Champions League spot.
They are scheduled to host the Blues in the Premier League this weekend.