Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian have reportedly offered Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata a £26m-per-year deal.
Chelsea made the Real hitman their main strike target after being snubbed by Romelu Lukaku following his £75m switch to Manchester United.
The Blues are looking for a replacement for Diego Costa, who seems certain to leave the club this summer after failing out with boss Antonio Conte, but now face competition from China for the 24-year-old.
Onda Cero are claiming that Morata has received a huge offer from the Far East, with the Spanish news outlet say that Tianjin are willing to pay him £26m-a-year for five seasons to join them.
However, they will have to do their business incredibly quickly as the Chinese transfer window shuts on Friday.
Morata currently earns £5m-a-year at the Bernabeu and despite the huge riches on offer in China it is reported that he has absolutely no interest in moving to the Far East.
In fact reports on Thursday indicated that the Spain international wants to stay and fight for his place at Real.