Chelsea are interested in landing Fiorentina striker Jackson Beckham Diego Socrates da Silva de Jesus, according to the Daily Mirror.
The youngster was given one of the longest names among footballers by his father, as homage to his favourite players.
"Yes, I have got a big name but I don't find my name strange. My dad wanted to honour the players he enjoyed watching and he was a big fan of Maradona and Socrates. I try to absorb the best of all of them into my game," the 18-year-old year old said.
Chelsea are tracking the forward, while London rivals West Ham United are also keeping tabs on the player's situation. However, the Premier League clubs are expected to face competition from Europe, if and when they make an approach.
Lampard: I Never Thought I'd Get Near 200
Meanwhile, Frank Lampard has expressed his delight to have reached the 200-goal landmark for Chelsea.
The midfield veteran achieved the feat during the Blues' 2-0 victory over West Ham United at the weekend. Reflecting on his 12-year spell at Stamford Bridge, the 34-year-old said he never expected to reach anywhere near such a figure.
"It feels good. I never thought I'd get near 200 when I first came here, so I'm very proud to have been a part of a great club for a long time. To be able to contribute that is something that can't be taken away from me now and I'm very pleased to get there," Lampard said.
"It's a special personal achievement because the fans were amazing when I did it. When I first signed for the club I would have been pleased to play 200 games, let alone score 200 goals, so I'm really happy," the England international added.
Lampard now needs just two more goals to equal Bobby Tambling's record of being Chelsea's leading goalscorer of all time.