Chelsea midfielder Jeremie Boga will be given a new contract by the Blues before being sent out on loan for a third time, according to Footmercato.net.
The 20 year old made his debut for the Ivory Coast last month in the African Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea. The player was born in France but has Ivorian parents. He grew up in Marseille before signing as a youth player with Chelsea in 2008.
After making his way through the youth academy at the Blues, he was loaned out to Rennes for the 2015/16 season before being sent on a season long loan to La Liga side Granada last campaign.
Boga played 27 games in all competitions for the Spanish side, scoring two goals and providing one assist. He has two years remaining on his current deal, and Chelsea will look to offer a two year contract extension, according to Footmercato.
Four La Liga clubs: Alaves, Leganes, Getafe and Deportivo La Coruna, one Premier League club, a number of Championship sides, two Bundesliga clubs, Galatasaray, Metz and Bordeaux are all reportedly looking at the player.