Arturo Vidal insists he will only leave Bayern Munich this summer for a club capable of challenging for the Champions League.
The 31-year-old moved to the Allianz Arena from Juventus three years ago and has played a prominent role in Bayern's continued dominance of the Bundesliga.
A knee injury ruled out Vidal out of the final two months of the season, however, and he is yet to agree terms on his current contract which is due to expire in just over a year's time.
Antonio Conte was determined to bring the midfield enforcer to Stamford Bridge last summer, while Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer the Chilean a £240,000-a-week deal as Jose Mourinho looks to add experience and physicality to his side to offset the impending departure of Marouane Fellaini.
After finishing fifth last season, Chelsea will compete in the Europa League next term and Vidal has no intention of signing for a club who cannot compete for the biggest titles.
'At this moment everyone knows that I have one year left with Bayern, I am very calm, I know what I am worth, I know when I have to play important matches who I am and that is why there are so many offers when the market opens,' he said.
'This time I'm going to take it easy, my representative Fernando Felicevich is attentive to everything, I will try to rest and recover in the best way to see if I change equipment or not , be one hundred percent. "
'If I change my team it's going to be for the better, to fight for the Champions League, win titles, fight for important things.'