Chelsea are set to join Manchester United and City in the race to land £40million-rated Kyle Walker, according to reports.
SunSport told you in January that the Red Devils were ready to take on their neighbours to land both Walker and Danny Rose.
Now, Antonio Conte wants to make it a three-way tussle for the highly-rated right-back, report the Mirror.
The Italian wants to strengthen his squad ahead of what will be a hectic season full of Champions League football.
Tottenham star Walker, 26, would be able to double his £65,000-a-week wages at any of his three suitors.
No formal offers have yet been made for the pacy England defender.
And Spurs are under no pressure to sell Walker, who has four years remaining on a contract he signed in September.
But the player is determined to leave after his relationship with boss Mauricio Pochettino has become “almost untenable”.
He was left seething after being benched for two of his side’s biggest games of the season.
Kieran Tripper was chosen to start for the FA Cup semi-final defeat by Chelsea and then the North London derby win over Arsenal.
Meanwhile, fellow full-back Rose is set to miss the start of next season after undergoing knee surgery.
It means the out-of-action England flyer, also 26, is less likely to be targeted by other clubs in the transfer window.