Incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is currently preparing his Italian side to take on Sweden in Euro 2016 after the impressive victory over a fancied Belgium team. However, there is also business to attend to at Stamford Bridge.
The Pensioners are looking to bounce back from a disappointing season, and will need to bolster their squad.
Diego Costa went missing at times throughout the year, and Conte will know that the Spanish star needs to up his game in order to compete for silverware once again. To this end, a top-class partner in attack would be a major boost.
According to The Times today, Chelsea are sizing up a bid for out-of-favour Liverpool striker Christian Benteke. The Belgian star moved to the Merseyside from Aston Villa last summer in a big-money move, but failed to make the desired impact at Anfield.
However, nobody doubts his raw quality, and once fitted into the right system, Benteke can become one of the most feared strikers in England once again.
This may be a huge boost for Costa, who appeared lost at times last season when playing up front on his own.
However, it is early days yet, and there is a long summer of transfer rumours ahead.