Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.
The Englishman has returned to Chelsa after enduring a difficult loan spell with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.
Hudson-Odoi had to settle for 21 appearances across all competitions, mustering only one goal and one assist.
Following an unsuccessful loan period, Hudson-Odoi is expected to discuss his future with the new Chelsea head coach Mauricio Pochettino.
According to London World, Palace and Forest are both interested in signing Hudson-Odoi should Chelsea decide against keeping their academy product.
The two Premier League clubs are monitoring the situation, although it is currently unclear whether they would be interested in a loan move or a permanent deal.
The report indicates that Forest have made initial contact with Hudson-Odoi's representatives to register their interest.
Forest boss Steve Cooper has previous experience working with Hudson-Odoi during his time as England's Under-17 manager.
Palace, meanwhile, may need to strengthen in attacking areas this summer if Wilfried Zaha decides against signing a new deal.
The Eagles are said to have a positive relationship with Chelsea, and they could look to make use of those connections if Hudson-Odoi becomes available.
During his time as a Chelsea player, Hudson-Odoi has made 126 competitive appearances, registering 16 goals and 22 assists.