Chelsea keeping tabs on 30m Gonzalo Higuain

BySportsmail Reporter Updated: 02:12 EST, 15 December 2011Chelsea are preparing a 30million bid to land Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain. Manager Andre Villas-Boas is short of possibilities in attack following promoting Nicolas Anelka earlier this month, although Ivory - hotel in birmingham city centre - Coast international Dider Drogba will leave to play in the African Cup of Nations in January. All white on the night: Chelsea are monitoring Real Madrid striker Gonzalo HiguainThe future of Fernando Torres also remains unclear. Torres, who signed for the west London club in a 50m deal in January, could be sold when the transfer window re-opens subsequent month. The 150,000-a-week striker has scored just 3 Barclays Premier League objectives considering the fact that his move to Stamford Bridge and Chelsea are ready to listen to delivers. On the way out? Chelsea flop Torres could be sold in JanuaryHiguain is out of favour at Genuine Madrid and although there has been no official speak to in between the two clubs, Chelsea are monitoring the predicament. A supply is quoted in the Everyday Star as saying: 'Higuain is - - unhappy at being left out all of the time. He wants to fight for the title but was on the bench against Barcelona at the weekend when True lost 3-1 and he knows exactly where his location is now. 'He would be interested in what people have to say to him.'Paris Saint-Germain and River Plate are also thinking about a move for the 24-year-old striker. Share or comment on this article