Swansea City are interested in signing Loic Remy from Chelsea in the summer transfer window, according to The Mirror.
Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Southampton are also keen on the France international striker, according to the British newspaper.
Remy moved to Chelsea from London neighbours Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2014.
The former Marseille attacker scored seven goals and created five chances in 19 Premier League appearances for the Blues in the recently concluded 2014-15 campaign.
The 28-year-old had a pass accuracy of 82% and a shot accuracy of 59%, and won 11 headers, seven dribbles and two tackles.
Remy is the second-choice striker after Diego Costa at Chelsea at the moment, which means that he will struggle for playing time next season as well.
It makes sense for the Frenchman to be willing to leave Stamford Bridge and play regular football.
Former Arsenal attacker Paul Merson claimed last month that Remy is not good enough to lead Chelsea’s Premier League title challenge.
“I don’t think Remy is that good,” the 47-year-old told Sky Sports. “If you played Remy for 10 games I don’t think they would win the league.”
While that might be the case, Remy would be a good signing for Swansea, Palace and Southampton - three clubs with ambition.