Tuesday’s edition of French newspaper L’Equipe claims Paris Saint-Germain are interested in Chelsea youngster Marcin Bulka.
The Blues signed the goalkeeper from Polish club FCB Escola Varsovia for their academy in 2016 and he’s been the custodian for the west London club’s reserve team.
His contract with the Premier League outfit will expire at the end of the season.
If the 19-year-old leaves Chelsea and makes a switch to Paris, he will be integrated into the Ligue 1 winners’ first team and will be their third choice goalkeeper.
It’s a surprise that French champions are chasing a teenager, who is yet to make a first team debut for Maurizio Sarri’s side.
The only advantage for PSG in signing the Polish custodian is that he will be available on a free transfer, if he decides against signing an extension with the Premier League outfit.
RMC are also backing the claims up, saying PSG are ‘very interested’ and that negotiations are ongoing with the player.
Chelsea sacked Antonio Conte in 2018 and their former goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli joined Thomas Tuchel’s side in the same capacity before the start of the season.
Bulka could reunite with Spinelli, who is also the goalkeeping coach of Italy, if he leaves Chelsea for PSG in the summer.