Chelsea are likely to lower their asking price for striker Tammy Abraham.
The Blues had initially put a £40 million price tag on the English centre-forward ahead of the summer transfer window.
But minimal interest in Abraham has emerged, especially at that price, which has led to the decision to reduce the fee required for a transfer.
Arsenal, West Ham United and Aston Villa are among the teams looking at Abraham at present.
Chelsea may lower their demands to £35 million, per The Sun, but may have to go even lower if no club shows a willingness to pay a mega fee for Abraham.
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