Abraham found starts hard to come by last season, especially following the arrival of Thomas Tuchel, starting just three league games under the German.
Will Abraham end up at the London Stadium?
The £34.2m-rated England international has become a peripheral figure at Stamford Bridge; however, his club are still looking for big money for him. It is money, though, that West Ham will not be able to pay, according to Rosser.
“The price has long been a problem,” the Evening Standard journalist told TIF. “I think Chelsea started out with a valuation of about 40 million, which if that sticks, West Ham can’t afford to go near, really. I think Moyes has gone on the record to say that as well.”
Without a doubt, Chelsea are asking for a lot of money. Even so, a deal does not look impossible.
If the Blues do end up bringing in a new No.9 this summer, with their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund hitman Erling Haaland well-documented, then you can easily see Abraham pushing for a move, perhaps lowering his price tag.