Chelsea set asking price for Tammy Abraham
Chelsea are open to parting ways with Tammy Abraham, should any club meet their £40m valuation for the striker.
The marksman has bagged 12 goals and six assists from 31 appearances this term, but he has barely played over the past few months.
Since March, Abraham has managed just three minutes of Premier League football, and it appears that his future could lie elsewhere.
According to The Telegraph, the Blues are open to sanctioning Abraham's sale this summer amid interest from West Ham United.
However, he won't come on the cheap, and the west London giants are likely to demand around £40m for his services.
Abraham has two years remaining on his contract with the Blues, who he has represented on 81 occasions during his career.
Aside from the Hammers, Wolverhampton Wanderers have also been linked with his services, but it is unclear whether they can afford him.
Abraham is currently the third-choice striker with Timo Werner and Kai Havertz preferred ahead of him by manager Thomas Tuchel.