Chelsea new boss Guus Hiddink is reportedly keen on bolstering his side in the January transfer window for the second half of the 2015/2016 season.
Latest report according to Spanish outlet Don Balon via Daily Star claims that Colombia International midfielder James Rodriguez has his heart set on a move to Stamford Bridge in January.
It was earlier reported that Chelsea new manager Hiddink had told Chelsea board to make move for the Real Madrid star. Hiddink sees the 24-years old star as a key reinforcement to his out-of-form team.
Although Rodriguez has been a key player for Madrid since returning from injury, he is however unhappy with life at Santiago Bernabéu under new manager Rafael Benítez .
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has come under immense criticism of late, the Spaniard has failed to replicate last season performance this season and he is beginning to lose fans support at Stamford Bridge.
Report has it that the Spain midfielder had told Chelsea he wants to leave in January, after the fans booed him in Chelsea 3-1 victory over Sunderland last week.
Should Fabregas exit Chelsea in January, Rodriguez would certainly be a good replacement for the Spaniard.
Rodriguez is currently valued at €80 million by the La Liga giants. However, Chelsea would have to battle the likes of PSG and Manchester United for the services of the Colombian.