Chelsea could attempt to sign Kyle Walker this summer, according to The Mirror.
Manchester City have been strongly linked with a £40 million move for the Tottenham right-back in recent weeks.
Walker reportedly rowed with Mauricio Pochettino after the Spurs boss questioned his fitness last month. It is believed Walker’s head has been turned after learning he can earn double his current wages at Manchester City.
Chelsea would also be able to offer Walker far more money than Tottenham, but it’s extremely unlikely Daniel Levy would do business with the Blues.
However, The Mirror claim that won’t stop Chelsea from trying as Antonio Conte looks to provide competition for Victor Moses at right wing-back.
Walker posted a tribute video to White Hart Lane via his Twitter account earlier this week, suggesting he has a genuine connection to the club.
A summer scrap for his services seems inevitable now, but a move to Chelsea sounds speculative at best.