Chelsea have reportedly agreed to sign Boca Juniors striker Jonathan Calleri.
The striker has been in fine form this season, scoring 21 goals and creating 11 goals for his teammates in all competitions this term.
French Publication L’Equipe reports that Chelsea have already agreed a £6.2million deal that will see Calleri move to West London when the transfer window opens in January.
The paper also suggest that the striker might be loaned out immediately to gain first team experience.
If it happens, Calleri will be the Blues first signing of the January transfer window.
Calleri has done well of recent, and he is a versatile attacker who makes the most of his attacking versatility. The striker once said:
“I can play as an outright No9, that’s where I spent my youth. But I can also play as a second striker, doing the dirty work outside the opposition area and making it easier for my strike-partner.
“The important thing is to be available to the coach and try to not let him down.”
Calleri’s switch to Chelsea will be a career defining move, should he move to England in January, he might be given few days in training to impress Mourinho before the club decides if they keep him in the squad or loan him out.