Chelsea are considering a move for Lorient striker Vincent Aboubakar, according to L'Equipe.
The forward, who is just 22-years-old, has already gained a number of caps for the Cameroon international side, and is set to play his part at this summer's World Cup.
The striker will be desperate to impress in Brazil as he takes on the likes of Mexico, Croatia and the hosts, and he will make a decision regarding his future at the end of the tournament.
And it appears that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will be keeping a close eye on him in the up coming tournament as he looks to improve his squad ahead of next season.
With interest apparent from a number of clubs in England, the Blues boss may well look to persuade the striker to depart France before the start of the 2014/15 campaign.
It looks set to be a busy summer at Stamford Bridge, with the club expecting to complete a deal to bring Atletico Madrid hitman Diego Costa to the club in a matter of days.
The Chelsea front line could have a fresh look to it after Mourinho seemingly grew frustrated with the likes of Demba Ba, Fernando Torres and Co. last term.
It remains to be seen, however, as to whether the Lorient striker ends up a Chelsea player after this summer's tournament.
Chelsea fans will certainly be excited ahead of the new season, as the club target Premier League and Champions League success.