Chelsea could weigh-in with a bid for long-term Manchester United target Ivan Perisic.
It won’t come as the greatest surprise to learn that the Blues are looking to boost their squad after a shock loss to Burnley.
The Inter Milan winger is rated at £48million – and so far United have failed to match that price.
They were thought to have turned their back on the 28-year-old after having a £35m bid rejected.
And now, according to the Daily Mirror, Chelsea are on the case.
Perisic, 28, scored against United in pre-season in Singapore.
Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho is desperate to land one more signing this summer with a winger his main priority.
So he could ask chief executive Ed Woodward to go back to Milan with a higher offer.
Former Inter Milan and Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo claimed at the weekend that Perisic could end up at Stamford Bridge instead.
Crespo said: “It’s possible he joins Chelsea – but he plays on the left and on the left you have Eden Hazard, Perisic and Marcos Alonso.
“Maybe he could come in through the middle or to the right.