Fenerbahce full-back Roberto Carlos admits a surprise move to Chelsea would be 'very attractive'.
The 35-year-old has been a target of Chelsea in the past, but he now believes that the Blues will renew their interest following the arrival of manager Luiz Felipe Scolari.
Carlos won the World Cup in 2002 as Scolari managed Brazil to glory and he claims his former international boss is eager to surround himself with tried and tested players.
"I am content at Fenerbahce, but I am a man who likes a challenge and a move to Chelsea would be very attractive," Carlos said in the Daily Star.
"I understand that Felipe wants people with him who he has confidence in and who he knows.
"As yet I have not spoken to him since he has arrived at Chelsea."