Arsenal are the frontrunners to sign Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, according to The Sun. If an obligation-to-buy clause is included in the deal, the Blues are willing to let the English striker join the North London club on loan this summer.
Chelsea has placed Tammy Abraham on the transfer market, and a fee of £40 million has been placed on his head for any interested parties to make formal bids. Internazionale, Tottenham Hotspur, and West Ham United are all rumored to be interested in signing the striker.
However, the cost is quickly becoming the most significant barrier for any team. As a result, a loan agreement with the option of a permanent move for the next season.
Aubameyang will almost surely continue at Arsenal after signing a new contract last season, while Alexandre Lacazette's future is unclear. The Frenchman joined Arsenal from Lyon in 2017 and is currently on the final year of his contract, which runs until 2022. According to rumors, Arsenal has offered the player to a number of clubs in order to earn funds for future signings.
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