Frank Lampard hopes to sign Exeter City Whizkid Ben Chrisene in January after inviting the player for a training session in Cobham.
Chrisene became the youngest player in the history of Exeter this month when he lost the Carabao Cup to Coventry City at the age of just 15, seven months and one day.
And, according to The Sun, Lampard invited the midfielder to train with Chelsea.
The player has already trained with Liverpool and Southampton, who are interested in his signature.  The Bundesliga champion Bayern München is also watching the teenager, and German clubs are becoming increasingly aware of young English talents.
Chrisene broke the Exeter record of current Chelsea midfielder Ethan Ampadu, who graduated from the Greek Youth Academy. [1
"What Ben's at this top level is 15 years old I can not tell you just yet. But I think he will play at the highest level of football.
"The opportunities we offer our academy players are unsurpassed in terms of country and possibly as a football club worldwide.
" We must be respectful that he is in his final year, so play the exams a big role, and then his training plan will be limited here.
"Well, it's something you do not expect me to be a manager, but it's something we've set ourselves in Exeter City.
" The good thing is that we've had the experience with Ethan, So we know how it works and we know that there will be times when he has to focus on his exams and is a young man growing up.
Chelsea received a two-window transfer ban by FIFA in February for violating the transfers of 29 minor players in February.
The club must have appealed against the sanction to the Arbitration Court for Sport and hope that they will Players can re-sign up to January by January.