Chelsea lower asking price for Tammy Abraham
Chelsea have reportedly lowered their asking price for Tammy Abraham, who has been linked with Arsenal and West Ham United.
The England international was out-of-favour during the back end of last season, and he is likely to be sold this summer.
He has been linked with the Gunners and Hammers, and The Sun claims that the Blues have lowered their transfer valuation.
The west London giants were holding out for £40m, but they are now willing to accept around £35m to sanction his permanent sale.
The Blues are actively looking to sign an elite striker this summer, and they have been heavily linked with Erling Braut Haaland.
Haaland could cost a staggering £150m fee. The Blues will need to recoup funds before lodging a British-record bid for his services.
They don't have much time as Borussia Dortmund are unlikely to entertain any offers when the new season begins in mid-August.
Dortmund start their Bundesliga campaign at home to Eintracht Frankfurt.