What should have come as a shock to many was not greeted by too much astonishment when London based club Chelsea sacked their most successful manager Jose Mourinho at the end of last year.
It was not a secret that the players grew tired of the Portuguese and needed some shaking up to revive their season. The appointment of Guus Hiddink provided exactly what they needed as the new manager is now unbeaten in the last six games in charge of the Blues.
However, Hiddink has not been able to form a great relationship with every player as Brazilian playmaker Ramires is understood to be unhappy at London.
According to Globo Esporte, Ramires is unhappy with the new manager benching him and is now unsettled at the club.
It is now understood that Chelsea who rejected an approach from Juventus for the player is close to letting the midfielder go.
Esporte also published that German side BVB Dortmund are also scouting the Brazilian and that the Bundesliga side is close to making an official bid for Ramires.
Other stories from ESPN Brazil emerged that Ramires might be a part of the Alexandre Pato deal with Corinthians but the move is highly unlikely with the high amount of wages Ramires demands making his move back to his home nation an un-likely possibility.
Ramires was not a part of the team that played down the 3-3 thriller at Bridge on Saturday fuelling the rumors of his move away from England.