As Chelsea appear to be signing every quality player available this transfer window, some clubs are looking to take advantage of players potentially becoming unsettled.
Timo Werner has arrived at Chelsea, meaning there are now three top quality choices for seemingly one regular starting striker role.
Tammy Abraham finished the season as the clubs top goalscorer, but he ended up losing out on the regular starting role in the latter end of the season, when veteran forward Olivier Giroud was opted for over him.
Aston Villa have been keeping an eye on the situation and they have asked about the availability of Abraham this window, according to The Daily Mail.
However, Abraham has rejected any offer to move to Villa, with the mail claiming that he is happy and Chelsea and wants to stay and fight for his place at the club.
Once again this is a great attitude from the youngster who hopes to be a big part of this Chelsea revolution.