Tottenham are reportedly leading the race for Dinamo Zagreb star Dani Olmo.
According to Spanish newspaper AS, cited by the Daily Star, Spurs are in pole position to land the midfielder in a deal potentially worth £27 million.
Cheslea, along with Premier League rivals Liverpool and Manchester United, have been named as potential suitors for the Spaniard in recent weeks, however, a move to link up with Mauricio Pochettino now looks the most likely.
The Blues are currently serving a two-window transfer ban, however, this has not prevented them from being involved in speculation surrounding a possible deal for the midfielder.
Olmo recently played a key role in Spain’s Under 21 European Championship win, with the 21-year-old getting on the scoresheet against Germany in the final.
A host of European outfits, including Atletico Madrid, have also been tracking the player, but it appears as if a move to Tottenham could well go through ahead of the new season.
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After his excellent season with Aston Villa, Abraham may well get the nod to lead the line under Frank Lampard next season.
Ampadu has been in and around the Chelsea matchday squad in recent years and may finally get a chance to break into the first-team next season.
Versatile defender James has been tipped as a future star by many at Stamford Bridge and could be handed the chance to showcase his talents in the Premier League next season.
Frank Lampard placed his trust in Mount at Derby County last season and could be willing to include the youngster in his matchday squad at Staford Bridge over the coming months.