The Serbian was one of the players the club could have signed to fill their centre forward void.
However, the 23-year-old has seen his career stagnate slightly since joining Juventus.
Per Fabrizio Romano, the club chose not to secure a traditional forward: "They had the chance to sign other strikers in the summer, like Dusan Vlahovic, but Chelsea were never 100% convinced about going for a traditional number 9.
“I think they will stick to that plan for the next couple of months, and then let's see where we are at the end of November.
"But for now they are not actively working on a new striker because they want to protect the squad they have."