With Spain international goal poacher Diego Costa the only reliable and fit striker the Blues have right now, Dutch tactician Guus Hiddink is reportedly keen on adding more attacking option to his team this winter transfer window.
Latest report according to the Metro claims that the Premier League defending champions are keen on luring AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca to Stamford Bridge, as a possible replacement for French striker Loic Remy.
The clinical and energetic forward has been on fine form for the Serie A side this season, having found the back of the net eight times in league games.
It will be recalled when Spanish football expect Guillem Balague reveals earlier that Bacca could make a shock move to Premier League for a new challenge with various casinos online sites shortening the odds of the player joining Chelsea.
“He likes the idea of coming to the Premier League, of course he has been abroad for a few years and would be happy to continue that Progression abroad”. Said Balague
The 29-years old colombian moved to AC Milan last year summer from La Liga side Sevilla in a reported fee of €30 million.
His fellow Colombian striker Radamel Falcao is currently out injured for about six to eight weeks as confirmed by AS Monaco vice president Vadim Vasilyev, after under-going medicals with his Parent club last week in a bid to return back to Monaco.
Carlos who is skillful and energetic with Blistering pace will definitely be a good addition to Chelsea’s team and he would not find it difficult to adapt to the fast game of Premiership.
However, his age could be a limiting factor in striking a deal for the star, as he is gradually fading out.