Chelsea is enthusiastic on signing Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente, with the Walsh club potentially willing to discuss a £15 million deal.
Manager, Antonio Conte who has been chasing the World Cup winner for more than six months, is keen to add another striker to his squad.
According to Goal UK, Swansea will not, however, sell Llorente to The Blues unless they can sign a replacement but they are keen on bringing in Wilfried Bony to join Tammy Abraham.
In last January’s winter transfer market, The Spanish forward was a Chelsea target but Swansea manager Paul Clement blocked the sale as he made the former Spain international integral to the club’s bid to survive relegation.
Chelsea is close to completing the signing of Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after a £35m fee was agreed yesterday.
They are also pushing to finalize a similarly-priced deal for Leicester City’s Danny Drinkwater.