Chelsea are reportedly considering a swoop for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine's contract with the Serie A champions is set to expire in 2022 but talks over a renewal have reportedly already begun, with the Old Lady keen to tie Dybala down until 2025.
However, should an agreement over a renewal in Turin not be reached, Dybala is expected to be a wanted man during next summer's transfer window.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Chelsea are keeping a close eye on developments surrounding Dybala's contract at Juve and are prepared to swoop in if the 26-year-old fails to agree fresh terms.
The report also claims that the Blues attempted to prise Lautaro Martinez away from Inter Milan during the summer, but Dybala's compatriot was only prepared to leave for either Real Madrid or Barcelona.
Dybala has registered 95 goals in 228 games for Juventus since arriving from Palermo in 2015.