Chelsea have reportedly identified Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente as a possible alternative for Olivier Giroud in their ongoing search for a new striker.
The Premier League champions were linked with the Spain international last summer while he was still a Swansea City player, but Llorente opted to join Spurs ahead of their London rivals.
The 32-year-old has since made just one Premier League start for Tottenham, though, and ESPN reports that Chelsea have revived their interest in the striker, who previously worked under Antonio Conte at Juventus.
Chelsea are also understood to have floated the idea of a straight swap between Llorente and Batshuayi, but Spurs would want such a deal to be permanent whereas Chelsea would only want to loan the Belgian out.
Tottenham are also reluctant to sell to a direct top-four rival, with Chelsea having already missed out on the likes of Andy Carroll, Peter Crouch, Christian Benteke and Ashley Barnes during the current transfer window.