Chelsea have been linked to several strikers during the course of the season, with Callum Wilson and Gonzalo Higuain top of the list. Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is keen to bolster his attacking options and one player linked with a move back to Chelsea is Tammy Abraham.
The young forward is currently on-loan at championship side Aston Villa and has shown a lot of promise this season.
The towering forward has scored 14 goals in 19 appearances for Villa and reports claim that the loan could be cut short by the Blues.
The Daily Mail reports that Premier League sides Wolves, Huddersfield, Crystal Palace and Burnley are all interested in signing Abraham. The England u21 international is seen by these clubs as a potential solution to their attacking woes this season.
Chelsea are believed to be considering these offers and could pull the player back to sell for a huge profit in January.
Chelsea boss Sarri apparently wants to sell the forward and Abraham is expected to leave Stamford Bridge either in January or in the summer.
However, Aston Villa are still confident of holding on to the striker as the club seeks to make a return to the Premier League.