Real Madrid star midfielder Isco Alarcon and his family have arrived London on holidays as he braces himself up for a possible January transfer to Stamford bridge.
The midfielder who has been in and out of the Real Madrid squad in recent times is said to be considering swapping clubs after being convinced of a major role at Chelsea.
The London club has seen Ruben Loftus Cheek sidelined by injury, with the English man still needing months before attaining full match fitness, Ross Barkley not living up to expectations at the club and Danny Drinkwater out on loan at Burnley, leaving a midfield three of Kante, Kovacic and Jorginho.
Sports site; Goal is reporting that while in London, Isco will meet with some representatives of the club and a deal could be sealed as early as next week.
A private tour of the Stamford bridge facility could also be organised for the midfield star with the aim of convincing him.
Isco is thought by the Club hierarchy to provide Chelsea with the experience and balance the team urgently needs in the centre of the park, although some fans have questioned the rationale behind such a move stating that Isco is aging and is untested in the Premier League.