West Ham are set for talks with Chelsea and the representatives of Tammy Abraham next week regarding a potential loan deal for the striker with an option to buy next summer.
That’s according to claims from football journalist Ekrem Konur.
Hammers boss David Moyes is desperate to bolster his centre-forward ranks at the London Stadium this summer.
And it seems as though signing Blues hitman Tammy Abraham is a main priority for the Scot.
West Ham set for Tammy Abraham talks
Ekrem Konur has suggested that the Hammers will open talks to sign the Camberwell born ace next week with a loan-to-buy deal preferred:
Tammy would be a quite brilliant signing for the Hammers this summer.
He is big and strong, good in the air and possesses real pace.
Abraham is a very good finisher as well.
Considering the amount of chances that West Ham create, the 23-year-old would surely score bundles if he does indeed move to the London Stadium.
Football.London claims that Abraham will cost West Ham around £30 million this summer. That seems like very good value to us.
David Moyes shouldn’t hesitate to bring him to East London. That’s if he is allowed to do so of course.
It seems as though West Ham’s transfer business could really be ramping up now. And getting a deal for Tammy done and dusted will be a huge boost for everyone involved with the Hammers.