Chelsea are willing to offer Kepa Arrizabalaga and Tammy Abraham along with cash to
broker a deal for Tottenham talisman Harry Kane.
The England captain, who turns 28 in the summer, has been heavily linked with a move
to away from his boyhood club to challenge for major trophies.
Manchester United have already made an approach to Spurs over the striker’s
availability, while Manchester City, Chelsea, and Real Madrid also have long-standing
According to ESPN, Chelsea are fully aware that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would be
very reluctant to approve Kane’s move to Stamford Bridge
But the report claims that Chelsea would be willing to offer Abraham and Kepa as
part of their bid for the England captain. Abraham is set to leave Chelsea this summer
after failing to secure a regular role in the team following Thomas Tuchel’s arrival in
The 23-year-old has made just seven appearances in all competitions since Tuchel
replaced Lampard and was left out of Chelsea’s squad for their defeat to Leicester City in
the FA Cup final last weekend. Chelsea are demanding £40 million for Abraham, who has
scored 12 goals in all competitions this term. Kepa, meanwhile, has been forced to settle
for a place on the bench for the majority of the season after Chelsea opted to sign
Edouard Mendy last year. The Spain international is open to leaving to become
first choice elsewhere and Chelsea are willing to compromise on their asking price having
paid £71.4m to sign him in 2018.