Chelsea are set for a busy transfer window this summer and a number of exits from Stamford Bridge could be on the cards.
The Blues’ youth policy in recent years has attracted widespread criticism, with the west London side accused of hoarding talent and not handing first-team opportunities to youngsters, and it could push a young player out of the door.
Goal reports that 21-year-old winger Jeremie Boga is pushing for an exit for Stamford Bridge, although Chelsea would prefer to approve another loan switch.
Boga is not open to another temporary switch away from Chelsea and, should he fail to get first-team assurances from likely new boss Mauricio Sarri, he will seek a permanent transfer – and his services have already sparked a frenzy in the market.
Sassuolo, Lille and LaLiga duo Celta Vigo and Real Betis are all said to be keen on Boga, who has spent time on-loan with Birmingham City, Rennes and Granada.