Lionel Messi
Chelsea had a €150m (£118m) bid for the Argentine rejected by Barcelona this summer.Reuters

Chelsea are reportedly ready to offer Barcelona star Lionel Messi a mega six-year deal amidst reports of the Blues willing to meet the £200 million buy-out clause in the Argentine's current contract as well as meet his wage demands.

Blues boss Jose Mourinho denied all speculations of his side being interested in bringing Messi to the Premier League in November, but rumours have again gained momentum following a reported meltdown between the Argentine and Barcelona boss Luis Enrique.

Although the former Celta Vigo boss has not confirmed these reports of there being a rift between him and Messi, he has also not denied these speculations either.

"I neither confirm nor deny those reports. The things that are part of the team always remain in the changing room," said Luis Enrique, according to the Daily Star. "I have the same relationship with all my players that I had at the start of the season. That has not changed."

As a result, Chelsea are reportedly looking to take advantage of the whole situation and sign the Argentine if he does decide to leave the Nou Camp, according to the Daily Star.

However, the Blues are certainly going to face a lot of problems with UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations if they decide to sign Messi.

Apart from the £200 million transfer fee, Messi's current wages of around £336,000 per week will see the Blues struggle to stay within the limits of the FFP rules.

Still Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will probably not pass up the chance to sign one of the best players in the world.

Manchester City and Paris St Germain are also reportedly interested in Messi, but they are unlikely to make a move considering the fact that they have already been charged for breaking the FFP rules.

Meanwhile, Queen Park Rangers are reportedly hoping to secure Chelsea's Mohamed Salah's signature on loan for the remainder of the season.

The 22-year-old, who arrived from FC Basel for a transfer fee of around £11 million last January, is reportedly keen to make a move out of Stamford Bridge after failing to get much first team football at Chelsea as he currently way down the pecking order behind the likes of Willian, Oscar, Eden Hazard and Andre Schurrle.

Due to this reason, QPR boss Harry Redknapp, who is looking to keep the Hoops in the Premier League nest season, is reportedly looking to sign the versatile winger on loan.

However, the Hoops will not be able to land Salah that easily as a number of other clubs including Sunderland, West Brom and Inter Milan are also interested in the Egyptian.