Chelsea are showing strong interest in securing the services of Brentford playmaker Said Benrahma this summer.
According to Le Buteur, via Sport Witness, both Arsenal and Chelsea are keeping tabs on his progress as they weighing up a summer swoop for him for the next transfer window.
Benrahma has been in terrific form for the championship club Brentford of late, with directly being involved in 19-goals, the midfielder has found back of the net eight times and created 11 chances to his teammates in all competitions for the club this campaign.
He has scored a hat-trick in a 5-1 victory over Hull at the weekend, which is sure to have impressed hosts of scouts have been in the stands.
The Algerian international winger has joined Brentford from Ligue 1 outfits Nice in the summer of 2018 for a fee in the region of £1.5m, after scoring 9 times during his loan spell at Chateauroux in the Ligue 2 last campaign.
The Blues are currently appealing their two transfer window ban, issued to them by FIFA, and will be hoping that they are allowed to secure the services of the players in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are also eyeing move for another Championship attacker Che Adams who is currently planning for Birmingham City and following the fine form he has emerged as a top transfer target from hosts of the teams from the Premier League.