The West London outfit Chelsea were earlier interested in the signature of Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson and made an attempt to capture his signature in the last January winter transfer window.
An attempt to tempt the striker failed but the blues team are now ready to return for his chase ahead of the summer transfer window.
A major flaw with the Blues team in this current campaign is their lack of cutting edge which reduced the strength of the team from winning a number of games.
Now that it is has become clear to land a striker, it is reported that they will move in for him as they might not keep Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain at the club anymore.
This season has been fantastic for the 27-year-old as he has so far scored 15 goals for his Bournemouth team with a big prospect that he can play at a top level like the Blues team.
However, the West London outfit team are under a transfer ban which would stop them from registering any new player for the next two transfer window but there are suggestions that their appeal of the ban could be won before the summer window is reopened.