West Ham and Newcastle are looking into the possibility of landing Michy Batshuayi on loan next season.
The Chelsea striker has made just one Premier League start since his £33million switch from Marseille last summer.
Blues boss Antonio Conte clearly believes that the 23-year-old doesn’t pose enough qualiy to be a regular starter for the newly-crowned champions and their league rivals are ready to take advantage.
According to ESPN, West Ham are keen to land a striker in the summer and have a long-term interest in Batshuayi.
The Hammers attempted to sign him permanently last summer but he opted for a switch to Stamford Bridge instead.
Slaven Bilic’s side struggled for goals last campaign with midfielder Michail Antonio finishing top of the scoring charts with nine.
And the Croatian boss has lingering concerns over the long-term fitness of injury prone striker Andy Carroll.
But the London side are set to face competition from newly promoted Newcastle reports the Mirror.
Rafa Benitez is keen to add quality to his side to ensure they won’t be stuck in a relegation scrap ahead of next season.
Batshuayi scored five league goals last season including the decisive goal at West Brom to seal the title.