Paris Saint Germaine forward Edinson Cavani is reportedly keen on joining Chelsea according to Spanish publication Fichajes, who claim the Uruguayan has decided he wants to leave Parc des Princes at the end of the season.
And Cavani, whose contract at PSG runs until 2018, has reportedly set his sights on a move to Stamford Bridge outfit Chelsea.
The 28-year-old striker is also a target for rivals Arsenal and Manchester United, who have been keeping tabs on his availability for a number of seasons.
Fichajes say Chelsea will have to fork out £36.2million to land Cavani next summer, a fee £20m less than what PSG paid for him two years ago from Napoli.
Cavani revealed last week that he could one day return to Napoli, meaning the Blues could struggle to land him should the Serie A club make a bid next year.
“Would I go back to Italy?” Cavani told Corriere del Mezzogiorno.
“Sure. For us players the future is unpredictable, I’d go back to where I had three fantastics seasons which allowed me to come to Paris.
“Napoli? Why not? Here in Paris, I always watch Napoli on TV, when it fits in with training commitments and our own games.
“I still have a lot of friends in Naples, it’s a city which remains in my heart. They have great players in the team and an organisation which I really like.”