22-year-old, Musa Drammeh plays for Sevilla’s B team – Sevilla Atletico – in the second division of Spanish football.

He is likely to be called up to their first team soon, following impressive performances so far this season.

Drammeh can play anywhere along the front line, with his main position being a central striker.

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This season, he has scored five goals and assisted twice in the fourteen matches he has played.

With his current contract expiring within the next six months, he is reportedly available for a cut fee once the January transfer window opens.

Blues will face competition for his signature, with Sunderland also being rumoured to be interested in the attacker from The Gambia.

Drammeh would prove to be an excellent addition to the Blues, adding extra squad depth for Rooney, along with his current main attacking options of Hogan, Jutkiewicz, Burke and Stansfield.

With Sunderland yet to see any of their strikers score this season, it is likely for them to push hard for this deal so Blues will need to act fast if they want to bring Drammeh to St Andrew’s.