Wolves enter the race to sign Chelsea striker
Wolverhampton Wanderers are prepared to compete with West Ham United and Aston Villa to sign Tammy Abraham this summer.
The 23-year-old has bagged 12 goals and six assists for Chelsea this term, but he has barely featured in recent months.
According to The Athletic, Wolves have joined the race to sign Abraham with manager Nuno Espirito Santo being a huge admirer.
The Midlands outfit have struggled to find a regular goalscorer since the serious head injury for Raul Jimenez in November.
They brought in Willian Jose from Real Sociedad on loan in January, but he has struggled with just one goal from 14 outings.
The Blues have yet to decide on Abraham's future. They could sanction his departure if they land a new striker this summer.
Abraham is reportedly valued at around £30m, and there could be a bidding battle from multiple Premier League sides.
Meanwhile, fellow teammate Olivier Giroud appears set to leave the Blues when his contract expires at the end of the campaign.