AC Milan have joined West Ham United and Newcastle United in the pursuit of Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.
Abraham has impressed with 12 goals and six assists from 32 appearances this term, but he has hardly played in recent months.
The marksman has made just two substitute appearances since March, and reports claim that the Blues are prepared to sell him for £40m.
According to Standard Sport, the Rossoneri have joined the race to sign the England international during the summer transfer window.
The Serie A giants have a good association with the Blues, and they loaned Fikayo Tomori with the option to buy in January.
They now have their sights on Abraham, but a deal for the striker may depend on whether they can finish in the top four.
The Rossoneri are currently outside of the Champions League places on goal difference after suffering back-to-back losses.
They have lied outside of the top four for only two matchdays this term.