Porto striker Hulk has been heavily linked with a reunion under current Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas. REUTERS

Porto striker Hulk has revealed he would have "no problem" with a potential move to Chelsea, if the Blues trigger an £84m buy-out clause in his contract.

The Brazil international has been heavily linked with a reunion under ex-Porto boss Andre Villas-Boas at Stamford Bridge, after the striker's agent revealed his client is keen on a move to the Premier League.

Hulk, who has scored seven times in 11 league appearances this season, is under contract to the Portuguese champions until 2016 but Chelsea are one of the few clubs in Europe who could realistically afford him.

And the 25-year-old refused to rule out a January move to Chelsea on Monday, admitting he could leave Portugal if the right deal came along.

"You never know what tomorrow will bring, but if one day there was an attractive offer for me and the club, there would be no problem to reach an agreement, as long as it is amicable," Hulk said.

However, despite Chelsea's interest, Porto president Pinto Da Costa said a deal for the striker is unlikely to materialise in the current transfer window.

"I hope that no one meets Hulk's buyout clause, but I would not be surprised if someone pays it one day," he said. "I would like, however, that no one paid that figure."