Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho would be willing to bring Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Stamford Bridge, according to the Express.
The report has suggested that the Blues are on alert after the player's agent hinted that his client could depart Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain in the future.
Mino Raiola has revealed that the striker will stay in France for now, but could yet move on before retiring from the game.
Speaking to reporters, as stated in the Express, the player's agent said: "For now Zlatan remains at PSG, for sure.
"He still has a year left on his contract, maybe we won't extend it. With him, the decisions are made year by year, but he doesn't intend to stop playing."
There's no doubt about it, despite Ibrahimovic now being in the latter stages of his career, he's still recognised as one of the leading forwards in world football.
And, at 33-years-old, he still appears to be at the top of his game, and could yet make a move to English soil.
Mourinho, of course, has previously worked with the PSG man at Italian outfit Inter Milan, so is well aware of the qualities that he has to offer.
The same report has in fact revealed that the Blues boss would be willing to pay a fee for the player's services in the upcoming summer market or wait for the summer of 2016 in order to land the superstar for nothing when his contract runs out.
Blues fans will most certainly be dreaming of Ibrahimovic joining the club's ranks, but for now they will have to watch with the likes of Diego Costa and Didier Drogba as they go in search of success this season.
Mourinho and Co. will currently be focussing on this weekend's crunch showdown with Manchester City as the Blues go in search of extending their lead at the top of England's elite division.
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