Chelsea are in the market for a new striker, with Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud set to depart in the summer transfer window.
Neither Abraham or Giroud have impressed the Blues boss enough to warrant a first-team spot, with Timo Werner and Kai Havertz preferred forwards.
With Giroud’s contract set to expire at the end of the season, the Frenchman is expected to leave when his deal is up.
While Leicester and West Ham are interested in Abraham, and Chelsea will only consider bids in the £40m region.
It represents a real shake-up of the striker department at Chelsea, with a new forward being eyed.
As a replacement, Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has emerged as a potential contender.
Borussia Dortmund ace Erling Haaland and Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku are the top two targets but Chelsea may have problems landing either.
It has led them to look at potential alternatives, with the Telegraph also reporting that Bayern frontman Lewandowski is an option.
Chelsea want a big-name striker to arrive at Stamford Bridge and there are not much bigger than the Poland international.