Reports in England Dijon pair Mounir Chouiar and Bryan Soumare are beginning to appear on the radar of clubs in England with Chelsea scouts reportedly in attendance to cast their eye over them in their shock win against Paris Saint-Germain.
Chouiar was a particular stand-out for the Ligue 1 minnows as he scored the opening goal in their comeback win against the champions.
Chelsea have shown a willingness to place faith in youth and while they are currently serving a two-window transfer ban, the Sun report that both have been scouted by the Blues.
According to Sportsmail, Soumare in particular has had something of a meteoric rise already this season having joined Dijon on a free transfer from lower-league side Saint-Quentin in the summer.
He is capable of playing on either wing and has also shown ability to be effective in central areas.
Chouiar is also viewed as a player who could be acquired for a minimal fee despite gathering media attention after his goal against PSG.
The French-Moroccan starlet has played eight league games and one French Cup match this season and his strike against PSG was his first of the campaign.
But with the club struggling near the foot of Ligue 1, they may need to cash in on one of their star players in order to fund some new signings in a bid to stave off relegation.