Thomas Tuchel’s side are actively looking to sell 23-year-old forward this summer, however, demanding £40 million transfer fee for his signature.
Premier League teams, Aston Villa and West Ham United, both registered their interest, with Abraham believed to be open to a move to either club in order to play regular first-team football.
However, reports last week suggested that Chelsea’s London rivals Arsenal have also entered the race to secure the services of England international forward, who is a boyhood Gunners fan and his football idol has been Thierry Henry.
Chelsea slapped £40m price tag could prove tricky for the Gunners, who need to trim their team even further to accommodate more big-money additions.
And according to The Sun, the Blues hierarchy have now agreed to let English striker depart from Stamford Bridge on a season-long loan deal ahead of the next campaign. however, will include a £40m obligation to buy clause if the striker reaches a certain number of first-team appearances.
According to the transfermarkt, Tammy Abraham has made 32 appearences for Chelsea across all competition taking part in direct 18 goals scoring 12 and assisting 6
The West London giants are keen to offload 23-year-old forward in order to help bring a new offensive threat to Stamford Bridge in the summer.
Erling Haaland is the first-choice transfer target for the Blues owner Roman Abramovich, however, Borussia Dortmund are adamant that the 21-year-old hotshot will remain with them for at least one more season despite strong interest from top European teams.
Speaking to Bild earlier this month, Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc said of Haaland: ‘Nothing has changed.
‘We are still planning with Erling for the new season.’
Chelsea also keeping close tabs on Inter Milan forward Romelu Lukaku who has enjoyed a stunning 2020/21 season scoring 24 Serie A goals leading the club to be claimed as the Italian champions.
Inter Milan are believed to demanding £80m for Belgian forward.