Despite just winning the UEFA Champions League, Chelsea is already looking to strengthen its team. With the departure of Didier Drogba, the Blues would be very interested in securing the services of Colombian Radamel Falcao Garcia. They are preparing a £50 million ($80 million) offer, according to the Daily Mail.
After his performance with Atletico Madrid in Spain’s La Liga and in the UEFA Europa League, where he was the top scorer, the Colombian striker is Chelsea’s most desired target.
In addition, Falcao shone in his first season in La Liga, scoring 24 goals. He added 12 goals in the Europa League, where he helped win the title for the second-straight year.
Other players Chelsea could be interested in are the center forward Edison Cavani of Napoli and Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain.
However, Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho, the former Chelsea manager, has made it clear that he will not let Higuain leave after he scored 22 league goals last season.
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