Premier League giants, Chelsea are set to make a decision on the future of Armando Broja this week, according to the reports.
The 20-year-old is currently out on a season-long loan deal with Southampton, and he has made an impact for the Saints so far this campaign.
Broja has played 17 games in the English top-tier, founding back of the net five times, while he has also scored twice in the EFL Cup for the club.
According to the Evening Standard, the Blues will inform the Saints whether or not they are willing to sell the striker within this transfer window.
It is believed that the Saints are interested in making his deal a permanent one; but, there are also a number of other teams around Europe keeping tabs on his situation.
The Saints would need to pay at least £20m in order to sign him, and it is believed that a buy-back clause would be added, in a similar contract to that of Tino Livramento, if the Blues decides to sell the striker.
Chelsea another academy graduate Ruben Loftus–Cheek is likely to be on his way out from the club on a permanent basis following interest from Serie A.