Chelsea are looking to reinforce their attack by making a move for West Ham United’s Enner Valencia as well as Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson, according to reports from the Express.
Jose Mourinho is currently in the market searching for a striker to replace Didier Drogba, with the club legend tipped to retire at the end of the current campaign.
The Blues have been linked with Valencia during January window and it has been suggested that they are considering a move for the Ecuadorian international this summer.
Sam Allardyce is looking to make a huge profit from the sale of his star striker, with Mourinho likely to meet the Hammers’ £21million valuation for the player they signed from Pachuca for a fee of just £12million.
Apart from Valencia, the current Premier League leaders are also keeping a close eye on Wilson, who has already scored 15 goals this season helping the Cherries to the top the English Championship table.