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 the Metro claims that Real Madrid attacking midfielder Jame Rodriguez has emerged as the prime target for Hiddink in January transfer window.
The Colombia international has been on sparkling form for the Los Blancos this season, having created four assists and scored three goals in six La Liga fixtures.
However, report has it that the attacking midfielder is unhappy with life under Rafa Benitez and is seeking a move away Santiago Bernabéu in January.
Chelsea season performance has been a shock to football fans around the globe. Spain midfield maestro Cesc Fabregas who was inspiring to the team last season with his 18 goals assists had struggled to replicate such form this season.
Should Madrid be willing to sell James this winter transfer, the Stamford Bridge outfit would have to sanction record breaking £60 million for his services.
Manchester United and PSG are reportedly monitoring the sensational star situation at Madrid.