Dressed in the stand as Robbin Hood, Jose Mourinho was among the spectators that watched Spain seal their qualification to Euro 2016 after defeating Ukraine 1-0.
Reports according to Daily Mail has it that one of the Ukrainian player caught the eyes of Mourinho with his spectacular form during the Match after denied a goal by Dea Gea of Spain with a fantastic save.
Andriy Yarmolenko could be on his way to Stamford Bridge if Roman Abramovich would sanction a move for the player. The talented youngster was praised as the “new Sheva” by journalists, who noted his qualities of good physique, shot, and especially his speed.
The player was subject to transfer speculation last summer as Everton tried to sign the 25-year-old last summer in a £17million deal but the deal didn’t materialise.
The player was not interested in the deal as he looks to join a bigger club according to Dynamo Kiev President. Chelsea considered as one of the top teams in Europe could sign the player in January if reports are true.
To fuel the speculation afterwards, his Ukraine team-mate Taras Stepanenko said after the match: ‘I think Mourinho will be happy with what he saw from Yarmolenko.’
Yarmolenko has scored a total of 72 league goals in 182 appearances for Dynamo Kiev and Loic Remy is tipped to give way for the attacker given that Mourinho prefers Radamel Falcoa in the absence of Diego Costa in the starting line-up.
The Ukrainian Club could cash in on the player now that his value would be high. Yarmolenko has won two titles with Dynamo Kiev since he joined the Club in 2006