Chelsea has been one of the most active teams in the summer transfer window and undoubtedly the team that has spent the most on the transfer of footballers.
However, the Londoners are expected to spend big even in January, with president Todd Boehly not having a problem spending to bring in quality players.
Despite bringing in talented forwards like Nicolas Jackson, Christopher Nkunku and Cole Palmer, none of them have been able to fill the void left by the departure of key players last season.
Aware that the lack of a goal could jeopardize their ambitious project, Chelsea are already planning a strategy to strengthen their attacking line in January.
The main target of the Londoners for the attacking department in January is English striker Ivan Toney who is currently suspended.
The media in the Island have reported that in order to reach the attacker, Chelsea is ready to spend up to 60 million euros in the direction of Brentford.
The 27-year-old in 68 official matches played in the Premier League has scored 32 goals and assisted in nine others and is seen as the choice of goals for Chelsea.