Another midfielder has been identified to be on the radar of Chelsea. Marko Grujic the Serbian could be joining his compatriot Ivanovic and Matic if rumours appear to be true of his purported move to the West London side. An offer has been made for the 19 year old midfielder considered by many to be in a class of his own.
Grujic currently plays with Red Star Belgrade in the Super Liga . The player graduated from the Club’s academy and has become a regular for the first team.
It would be recalled that the player was a contributing factor to the Serbia U-20 World Cup victory in New Zealand earlier this year.
The player is also subject to transfer speculations with Inter Milan of Italy after it is understood that assistant coach Dejan Stankovic is pushing for the signing of his compatriot.
Chelsea could add the youngster to their ranks as top squad members are currently experiencing a deep in form.
Notably, Eden Hazard has been underperforming this season and his place in the starting eleven is not assured. Mourinho dropped the Belgian in their Champions league clash and could be on the lookout for a replacement comes January transfer window.
The Serbian youngster can play in the middle or even from the wings. His man marking skills and ability of ball retention could some qualities Chelsea can’t afford to do away with.