If report making the rounds is anything to go by, then Serbian international Marko Grujic may be on his way to Stamford Bridge to join his fellow compatriot Nemanja matic and Branislav Ivanovic in January transfer window.
This is according to the Metro which claims that the EPL defending champion Chelsea have tabled a bid of £2.8m for the Red Star Belgrade’s midfielder.
It is also believed that EPL rival Manchester united and Italian giants Inter Milan are interested in the services of the highly rated midfielder, with Milan assistant coach Dejan Stankovic determined to bring his fellow compatriot to San Siro.
However, with over 30 players Chelsea have on loan coupled with top notch midfielders currently fighting for a place in the Blues starting line-up, we at chelseafc360.com feels that a move for the 19-year old star is not what Chelsea need now, rather a player who has proven himself in top flight football.
The likes of Isco of Real Madrid, Paul Pogba of Juventus and Alex Teixeira of Shakhtar Donetsk should be our priority given that they have enough experience and quality to help turn the Blues current Woe around.