Blues step up striker search
Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo admits he is a striker light but cannot say for sure whether he will be able to draft anyone in.
The Blues have been bringing midfielders in throughout the summer but they have yet to replace Didier Drogba and face a race against time to do so as the transfer window closes a week on Friday.
Reports claim that Di Matteo will step up his attempts to land his number one target Edinson Cavani from Napoli next week and will offer £35million for the Uruguay ace.
The Italian also maintains an interest in Hulk but a move looks unlikely to happen a Porto want in the region of £80million for the Brazilian and Chelsea will not pay that.
When quizzed about the chances of a new striker arriving at the club, Di Matteo revealed: "I don't know if there will be new arrivals. We're probably a bit light in attacking positions."
Di Matteo also hopes to land Victor Moses and Cesar Azpilicueta so it looks like being a busy week for the Blues boss.