Videoton custodian dreams of Stamford Bridge switch.
Montenegrin international goalkeeper, Mladen Bozovic is keen on a move to Chelsea, The Express understands.
And furthermore, the 28-year-old is hoping to use tonight’s World Cup Qualifier against England to catch the West London club’s eye.
He currently plays for Hungarian side Videoton, who sit fourth in the Hungarian league, but he is said to want to test himself at a higher level.
“The Premier League is where I want to be, only the Premier League. I love the football in England and I watch it all the time, I like Chelsea best of all. After the game at Wembley there was a possibility of going to England but it did not happen,” he said.
Though he admits that there was a chance for him to move to the Premier League last year, he didn’t specify who the interested clubs were.
Chelsea would do well to pay attention too. Current first choice, Petr Cech is being heavily linked with a move to Arsenal, second choice, Ross Turnbull is still out of form, and third choice, Hilario is set to call time on his career at the end of the season.
Bozovic won his 31st cap against England in Podgorica last night and is his country’s undisputed number one. He is an established performer in the Balkans and Eastern Europe having spent time with Partizan Belgrade before joining the Hungarian side in 2010.