Arsenal have reportedly joined West Ham United in the race to sign Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham this summer.
The England international has fallen down the pecking order with the Blues, playing just 17 minutes since the beginning of March.
He has two more years remaining on his contract, but it is claimed that he could be sold for around £40m this summer.
West Ham, Leeds United and Aston Villa are interested in the marksman, but they could face competition from the Gunners.
The north London giants are planning to part ways with Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah when the transfer window reopens.
They could look for a replacement with Premier League experience, and Abraham perfectly fits the bill with the potential to improve.
Abraham is the Blues’ top scorer this term with 12 goals from 32 appearances. Aside from his goals, he has provided six assists.
He has also been linked with Newcastle United in recent days. The Magpies want a new partner alongside Callum Wilson.