Former England attacker Trevor Sinclair thinks it would benefit Tammy Abraham to leave Chelsea.
After falling way down the pecking order, all signs point towards the Englishman departing for good this summer.
A price tag of £40m has been put up for the young striker. Previous reports claimed that Leicester City and West Ham United were leading the race for his signature.
And Sinclair told talkSPORT, “Abraham would be a great match for West Ham. It’s what they want, it’s what they need with [Michail] Antonio’s injuries.
“He tends to pick up quite a lot of muscular because he is an absolute unit. The West Ham fans would love Abraham.
“He’s got everything. Arsenal could do with him, too. [Alexandre] Lacazette is getting older. He’d be a hold-up player, bringing something slightly different with his height.
“He’s mobile, he’s got good feet, he could be a good pick for Arsenal.
“But he’s obviously a talented player. I’m a big fan of his. I just want to see him playing football.
“If he’s not developing and continuing to improve as a player, he’s standing still and that’s not great for a young player.”