Rumors are swirling about Amazon’s interest in buying a brick and mortar retailers. Following last week’s report that the e-commerce giant looked at acquiring high-end grocery chain Whole Foods, The New York Post is reporting that Amazon has expressed “moderate interest” in acquiring BJ’s Wholesale Club.

BJ’s, which was taken private in 2011 for $2.8 billion, is reportedly up for sale after putting aside plans for an IPO. Investors expect BJ’s to fetch at least $4 billion for an acquisition. The membership-only wholesale retailer operates over 200 retail warehouse clubs and 130 gas stations across 15 U.S. states. It…