Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda is ready to leave West London in January.
The midfielder is highly regarded within the blues set up having scored 12 goals for the blues U21 side before the winter transfer window last season but the player is unhappy with the lack of first team appearances at Stamford bridge.
Report claims Musonda appreciates Chelsea but will me willing to leave the club should he not be given first team appearances in the next few months.
Manchester City, Arsenal and Monaco has been previously linked with the midfielder but Louis Van Gaal Manchester United, PSV, Paris St Germain and Marseille are all set to enter the race to sign the 19 years old.
The midfielder’s contract at Chelsea ends in 2019 but the lack of first team involvement is said to be frustrating the player and his representatives. A source close to the player told Foot Mercato:
“Charly appreciates Chelsea. But he has the feeling of wasting time.
“What he wants is to play and express his talent at the highest level. And if Chelsea cannot offer him the playing time, then the time has perhaps come for him to try his luck elsewhere, especially given the prestige of the suitors.
“There’s many clubs who want him and already tried last summer.”
It is claimed that a fee of £10.6 million will be enough to sign the player.