Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink has identified Leicester City Hero Jamie Vardy as his prime target to boost their attacking options in the January transfer window, according to the Daily Mirror.
The report suggested that Blues owner Roman Abramovich is willing to sanction Hiddink’s proposed move for the England international, as he has trust in the Dutchman’s intention.
With Chelsea struggled this season though – the west London outfit find themselves just three points above the relegation zone – reinforcements will definitely necessary for Hiddink’s squad.
Leicester attacker Vardy is currently leading the chart with the top most goal scorer in the Premier League, with 15 sensational goals. His most recent goal came against Chelsea, with a 2-1 win for the Foxes.
The 28-year-old form has created history to Leicester’s superb start to the league campaign, which sees them top of the table, with 38 points.
Hiddink’s first game as Chelsea’s interim manager will be coming on Boxing Day when the Blues will host in-form Watford.