Chelsea are looking to win the race to sign Manchester United teenager Paul Pogba this summer.
The 18-year-old, who is believed to be a target for Arsenal and Manchester City, has been on the Blues' radar for some time, while Juventus are also keen.
United want the teenager to remain at Old Trafford and sign a new contract, but his representatives are believed to have made contact with clubs about a possible move at the end of the season.
Pogba's agent was in Italy last week to watch Juventus beat AC Milan 2-1 in the first leg of their Italian Cup semi-final tie, while according to the Daily Mirror, his representatives are looking for a massive payment to secure a deal, with figures of around £3m being talked about.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is prepared to give Pogba an improved deal if he pledges his future to the club, but the Red Devils are reluctant to agree to his extra demands.
Speaking on Tuesday, the French youngster told MUTV that he believes he is improving all the time.
"It's very good. Just to train with the talented players, top-class players, and improve and get more experience," he said.
"When I'm on the bench, I just watch and want to play with them and get involved. Like against Liverpool, it was a great chance for me to be on the bench.
"I hope I will come on and do my best and show everyone what I can do."