Chelsea could be willing to offer Andreas Christensen, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham in their attempt to sign West Ham vice-captain Declan Rice, according to reports in England.
The Blues are thought to be still keen on snapping up the England international, after a failed bid in the summer, but the Hammers are expected to demand in excess of £100m for the player.
With that being the case, it appears Thomas Tuchel’s side will look to reduce the asking price by including one or more players in their offer for Rice.
West Ham have reportedly rejected a similar suggestion from Manchester United, who would be willing to exchange Jesse Lingard, so it’s likely any such proposal will be turned down from Chelsea as well.
Abraham is said to be a key summer target for the Irons, but it seems manager David Moyes will be looking to keep any deals separate as the club look to keep hold of Rice.