Chelsea are reportedly open to the possibility of selling Michy Batshuayi or Kurt Zouma to Sevilla in order to sign Vitolo.
The Daily Express have reported that the Spanish side could be willing to negotiate a part-exchange deal for the winger, and they are believed to be interested in both Batshuayi and Zouma.
Vitolo, who impressed for Sevilla in La Liga last season, has emerged as a target for Chelsea boss Antonio Conte.
The Italian coach is believed to be looking for another option on the left side of attack to provide support for Eden Hazard.
Sevilla are reportedly demanding that the 27-year-old’s £35m release clause is met if any deal is to be done, but Chelsea are optimistic that a potential part-exchange could lessen the required fee.
With Batshuayi and Zouma set for another season on the fringes at Stamford Bridge, they could be offered to Sevilla as an incentive to sweeten the deal for Vitolo.
Only one of the players is likely to make a switch to the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán if a deal is done, however.
Vitolo and his representatives are reportedly aware of the interest from Chelsea, and the Blues are set to contact Sevilla in the coming days to begin discussions over the possibility of a sale.
The Spanish international scored six goals and provided six assists in 30 La Liga appearances last season.