Chelsea are reportedly eyeing a move for Brazilian youngster Anderson Talisca, and intend to make a move for the Benfica player in the summer, as reported by the Daily Star.
Reports from Portugal from today suggest that Stamford Bridge boss Jose Mourinho is keen to bring the Brazilian attacking midfielder to west London.
A string of sensational displays for the Portuguese giants have put a series of clubs on red alert, but Chelsea are thought to be leading the pack.
Talisca has scored a sensational three goals in only five appearances for Benfica, who top the Portuguese table as a result.
The maestro is thought to have been on the radars of several clubs prior to his move from Bahia during the summer, which cost Benfica a fee of £3 million.
However, work permit issues caused him to join the Portuguese side, but a move to a bigger side could take place once those are resolved, with Mourinho thought to be keenly interested.