The Juventus star is currently in talks with AC Milan, as he prepares for life outside of Turin.
The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo made Higuaín exceed the requirements in the Old Lady, which Chelsea tried to capitalize.
The Argentine is wanted by former Napoli chief Maurizio Sarri this summer.
And transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio has given hope to the Blues tonight by revealing that Higuain is not satisfied with the terms of his Milan deal.
"Gonzalo Higuaín does not go crazy with the formula and modalities of transfer, which would grant a loan with the right of redemption," said the Italian press on his website GianlucaDiMarzio.com
"At the moment, Leonardo is working to make him understand that this is only a formal matter (paying a sum for the loan of between 18 and 20 million, Milan should exchange it for the 36 million expected).
"Argentina would also like to earn more than £ 7.5 million that leads to Juventus to accept the transfer to a team that does not play the Champions League.
"Milan is trying to convince him to accept a longer contract (four years compared to the three that Juventus still has), but proposing a lower salary."
Higuain's concerns about the agreement be a loan move and your current salary demands mean that the two clubs have yet to reach an agreement.
If the striker crosses Italy this summer, Leonardo Bonucci will trade positions with him, returning to Juventus after just one season with Milan.
His Chelsea teammate Mattia Caldara is also promoted as a potential weight in the exchange of Higuain and Bonucci.
Sarri has only brought two players since his arrival in West London earlier this month.
But Chelsea has been linked to the moves of Robert Lewandowski and Matias Vecino in recent days.