Chelsea are reportedly interested in a move for attacker Hirving Lozano from Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven.
According to Calciomercato, the Blues and AC Milan are both keen on the dazzling 23-year-old.
The report details that the Mexico international is a long-term target of Italian club Milan, but Chelsea could intervene with an offer in January.
Lozano enjoyed a brilliant season with PSV last season and took that form into the World Cup during the summer, where he impressed with Mexico and caught the attention of supporters.
The right-winger has been in even better form this campaign, scoring 15 goals and supplying eight assists in 27 games for PSV.
He’s a fleet-footed attacker with every trick in the book and the speed machine could surely rip it up if given the opportunity in the Premier League.
It’s unclear on how much Chelsea would have to fork out to bring Lozano to Stamford Bridge, but he’s certainly a valuable asset with huge potential
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is renowned for his attacking style of football and has already started influencing that on his team.
Lozano would be a perfect fit for his philosophy with his pace and trickery, while he could even be a better option than Willian or Pedro moving forward at Stamford Bridge.
The Mexican would be the type of high-profile signing that could really improve Chelsea and get them closer to the top of the Premier League.