Turkish side Galatasaray are planning a loan move for Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham, the Sun have reported.
The 19-year-old striker has impressed on loan at Bristol City in the Championship this season, scoring 18 goals in 32 league appearances, only bettered by Chris Wood and Dwight Gayle.
Abraham is unlikely to challenge for a starting place at Chelsea on his return, however, so another loan move could be on the horizon.
Antonio Conte could reportedly be persuaded by Galatasaray manager Igor Tudor to allow the forward to move to Turkey next season.
The two coaches are friends from their playing days together at Juventus, and Tudor is believed to be looking for a new striker with former Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski departing for Japan.
Chelsea are looking for assurances that Abraham will receive regular playing time with Galatasaray before any potential deal is done.
Bristol City were asked to provide a presentation to persuade Chelsea that they were the right club for the player before his loan move was completed.
The Robins are still very much in a battle to avoid relegation to League One, currently one point from safety with nine games remaining.
Abraham's goals have been crucial, helping them maintain a realistic chance of survival come the end of the season.