CHELSEA have sent their scouts to watch French wonderkids Mounir Chouiar and Bryan Soumare.
Winger Chouiar, 20, impressed in Dijon’s shock 2-1 win over Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain last week.
He scored the minnows’ opening goal as they came from behind to shock the French champs.
Attacking midfielder Soumare, 20, was a sub in that match.
He joined the club from Saint-Quentin on a free transfer in July of this year.
Soumare can play on either flank or centrally.
Chouiar, has joint French and Moroccan nationality, is represented by his family and only has less than one year left on his contract.
The winger joined Dijon from Lens and could be picked up for just a few million as his deal is so close to ending.
His goal against PSG was the first he has scored this season.
Chouiar has played eight games this term but Dijon are struggling near the foot of the table and could be forced to sell.
Soumare has played eight league games and one French Cup match for Dijon this campaign.
His contract does not expire until 2022.
Blues have a reputation for bringing in kids from across the world and loaning them back out to pick up experience.
They could get both kids in on the cheap.