Speculations are rife that Uruguayan international Edinson Cavani might be joining Chelsea as an intense pursuit for player continues. The player who joined PSG in 2013 has recorded 65 goals in 111 appearances for the French team.
Although the player has been cementing his place at the club, whispers around the club believe that the player is yet disgruntled about playing wide right than his preferred centre forward position.
Coupled with the recent terror attack in Paris, Cavani could be engineering a move away from the club as Chelsea continues their search for an out and out striker to provide stiff competition to Diego Costa.
The player has won virtually all trophies in the French league with PSG and could be looking else for another adventure.
PSG backed by Qatari business tycoon Nasser Al-Khelaifi could be unwilling to let the player live as he considers the club not to be a selling a club.
A fee around £35m has been placed on the 28 year which many believe won’t be a problem for the England Champions.
Chelsea could move for the player in January if the deal is sanctioned by the Club’s hierarchy as Mourinho is desperately in need of his service.