European champions Chelsea have reportedly made efforts to move on Tammy Abraham on a reduced fee.
As Futaa covered in the past two weeks, the club has opened to selling Abraham to the likes of Borussia Dortmund, as inclusion in Erling Haaland's fee, while Arsenal has also shown interest in the 23-year-old center forward.
Following a subdued interest in Abraham, the Blues have now reduced the player's fee, according to The Sun, as reported by Goal.
"Chelsea are, according to The Sun, ready to slash Tammy Abraham's £40 million ($56m) asking price after struggling to find a buyer at that price," the outlet reported.
Goal further added to claim that Aston Villa are also targeting the lanky striker.
"That is good news for the likes of Arsenal and Aston Villa, who remain keen on the England international striker but cannot afford to spend so big on him," Goal concluded.
Meanwhile, Tuchel's side will take on the Europa League champions Villarreal in the UEFA Super Cup on 11 August.