Chelsea's pursuit of Radamel Falcao has been well-documented by the global media since the summer months and some publications including the Telegraph are anticipating a bid in the January window for the Colombian hitman.
The quoted price of £48 million would make him the second-highest incoming transfer to the Blues after Fernando Torres, the man whom he is apparently replacing in the starting lineup.
Falcao is the second-highest top scorer in La Liga this season with 17 strikes, accounting for almost half of Atletico Madrid's goals scored.
His potential move to Chelsea could be the transfer that initiates a series of moves for strikers around the Premier League over the coming months, all of which have been in the media over the past few weeks.
Here is the merry-go-round trail which Falcao leaving Atleti for Chelsea could spark.