Arsenal are set to beat Tottenham Hotspur and WestHam in signing Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham on loan, the Blues are willing to let the English striker join the North London rivals on a temporary basis with the striker also ready to make move to Arsenal before the end of the transfer window.
Tottenham and WestHam who are also London rivals are also in persuit of the player but Arsenal seem to be the favourites to sign the player on a short term loan spell from Chelsea. Having sold Olivier Giroud to AC Milan, Chelsea are currently in the verge of signing a new striker to aid German striker Timo Werner at the front.
Tammy Abraham who made few appearances for Chelsea last season may make his way out of th club but could return at the end of his loan spell. Chelsea and Arsenal are currently holding negotiations to make a move for the player with the loan having buying options. Earlier on Chelsea wanted £40 million for the player but have now shifted their focus to releasing the player on loan basis having lacked a team to buy the player.
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