Aston Villa are interested in signing Chelsea striker Loic Remy, according to the Daily Mirror.
Aston Villa boss Remi Garde is keen on the striker has he makes plans to help his team beat the drop at the end of the season.
The striker is currently finding it difficult to break into the Blues first team and Remi Garde is keen to take the striker on loan as he attempts to improve his strike force in January.
The striker could be interested in a move to Villa due to the prospect of regular playing time in order to secure a spot in the France squad for the Euro 2016 championships.
Villa could take advantage of the situation at Stamford bridge as the Blues may be open to the idea of allowing Remy leave in order to create space in their squad to sign a striker.
Remy has a decent goal scoring record since moving to the premier league as he has averaged a goal scoring ratio of 1 goal in every 2 games which could be a big plus for Villa.
Southampton, Swansea, Marseille and St Etienne are also interested in the striker and Villa must have to battle these clubs to sign the striker.
Aston Villa currently sit at the bottom of the premier league table with eight points in 19 league games.