Porto forward wants Stamford Bridge move.
Porto striker Hulk has issued Chelsea with a ‘come and get me’ plea after negotiations between the Portuguese club and European Champions appeared to stall.
The 25-year-old has been coy about his future until now but, in an interview with a Portuguese newspaper, stated in no uncertain terms that his heart is set on a move to the Premier League side.
“Chelsea are the current European champions and would please any player and I’m no exception,” Hulk told O Jogo. “I’d be happy if the transfer happened.”
Porto are thought to be holding out for a huge price for Hulk – who has seen his stock rise further with three goals for Brazil this summer – after watching Chelsea shell out £32 million for Lille’s Eden Hazard and around £18 million for Werden Bremen’s Marko Marin.
“I leave everything in the hands of Porto,” added Hulk.
“I am under contract and I have been happy at Porto for four years, where I have achieved everything. I’ll have the club in my heart no matter what happens this summer or in any other summer.”