Chelsea are prepared to drop their price to £30m for their striker Tammy Abraham according to @EXWHUEmployee
Initially, the West London side wanted £40m, a valuation which David Moyes said made the chance of a deal, a non-starter.
Arsenal and Spurs are also said to be keen on the London-born England international, and the Blues could be open to a loan deal with an obligation to buy should the player reach a pre-set amount of games.
Abraham earns around £80,000 a week at Chelsea but his agent reportedly says he wants £140,000 per week in personal terms to move to a new club.
Those wage demands would be difficult for the Hammers to accept without a domino effect amongst West Ham other earners some of which are claimed to have parity clauses inserted in their contracts.
Unless Abraham’s people reduce their demands the chance of signing the Chelsea striker still appears to be slim as it currently stands.