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Czech midfielder Jiri Jarosik has flown to London to open talks over a possible move to Premiership leaders Chelsea.
The CSKA Moscow player left Monday, with his two agents Pavel Zika and Viktor Kolar, to meet with Blues manager Jose Mourinho and officials from the Stamford Bridge club on Tuesday.
Mourinho had stated his interest in adding a midfielder to his squad and has targeted the former Sparta Prague man after facing the 27-year-old when CSKA played Chelsea in the group stages of this season's UEFA Champions League.
Jarosik told the Czech News Agency of his delight at having the chance to sign for the West London club.
"I only know I'm supposed to have a personal talk with coach Mourinho," Jarosik said before boarding a plane to London.
"I can't say anymore at this time, but the interest of this kind of team would delight every player."
Jarosik's agent, Pavel Zika, expressed his optimism that talks can conclude in a deal being reached.
"I'm optimistic, but the negotiations will take place on Tuesday," said Zika.
"The opinion of the coach will play a great role."
The midfielder's other representative, Viktor Kolar, told Czech television that a six-month loan deal may be an option during the negotiations.