Chelsea, Juventus and Inter Milan are the clubs ‘most likely to draw’ for Federico Chiesa, according to Le10 Sport.

Paris Saint-Germain were also looking at the winger, but their sporting director Leonardo has put the player to one side in order to focus on Mauro Icardi’s case.

At the San Siro, Antonio Conte wants to strengthen his attacking division for next season.

Apart from RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the Nerazzurri manager also likes the Italy international.

Juventus could consider making an approach for the 22-year-old if Gonzalo Higuaín, his compatriot Paulo Dybala or Douglas Costa end up leaving the Turin club.

Frank Lampard will be without Willian and Pedro next season as the duo are set to leave Stamford Bridge after their contracts expire. Le10 states the Blues could also allow Michy Batshuayi leave the club in the next window.

With the west London club set to part ways with at least two attackers, they need to bring in a new player and this is where Chiesa could fit in. It’s claimed Chelsea are the ‘most important’ English club to show interest in the Serie A man.

Meanwhile, Fiorentina chief Joe Barone has confirmed clubs from abroad have knocked on the door for Chiesa.

“Federico is under contract, he is our player, at the end of the season we will see the situation. There are teams that are knocking, also from abroad, but he is concentrated to do well here with us,” Barone told Gazzetta dello Sport earlier this week.