Bayern Munich could reportedly make a fresh approach to sign Chelsea striker Timo Werner this summer.
The German joined the Blues from RB Leipzig last summer, but he had a disappointing debut campaign by his standards.
He registered 12 goals and 15 assists from 51 games, but he was guilty of missing several clear-cut scoring chances.
According to Football Insider, Werner is evaluating his future, and could leave the Blues if they sign another striker.
He favours a return to the German top-flight, and reports claim that Bayern could lodge an approach for his services.
Bayern are keen on signing a fourth winger while they are also eyeing a successor to Robert Lewandowski up front.
Werner has re-emerged on their radar with manager Julian Nagelsmann keen to reunite with his former Leipzig man.
The 25-year-old enjoyed his best-ever season (2019/2020) under Nagelsmann. He bagged 34 goals and 13 assists.
Meanwhile, the Blues are determined to sign an elite striker, and have identified Erling Haaland as their main transfer target.