Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is reportedly keen on bolstering his side in the January transfer window for the second half of the 2015/2016 seasons.
His team is currently lying 15th on the league table with 20 points behind league leader Leicester City and a move for proven players in January is imminent.
Latest report according to BuzzSport claims that Chelsea are set to step up their chase for summer prime targets Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba. Abramovich is preparing to splash out £110million for the French duo in January.
It is understood that Juventus will only release Pogba, if interested club is willing to meet up with their valuation of £64million for the star while Atletico Madrid star has a £46million buyout clause in his contract.
However, Pogba deal might not go through this January, given that both the player and club have insisted that a possible move away from Turin can only take place at the end of the season.
With Chelsea considering bringing Altletico Madrid Boss Diego Simeone as a permanent successor to Guus Hiddink in summer, a deal for Griezmann can actually materialize in January, should Chelsea be willing to sanction his release clause, and also promise to offer the star a tempting weekly wages.