Several European giants are monitoring Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s situation at Chelsea.
The player is reportedly looking at the possibility of leaving West London on loan when the winter transfer window opens in January.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are closely monitoring the striker’s situation at Stamford Bridge.
The European heavyweights will try to lure the midfielder away from Stamford bridge should he declare an interest in leaving Chelsea.
Mourinho has used the youngster sparingly this season with his latest cameo coming against Tottenham at White Hart Lane when he was brought on during stoppage time.
The Telegraph reports that Chelsea hierarchy are concerned that they will struggle to convince the player to pen a new deal as a result of his lack of involvement in the first team.
The Blues does not want the midfielder’s contract to enter into its last year but the powers at Stamford Bridge thinks this is not a good time to convince the England Under 21 international to put pen to paper for a new deal.
Loftus-Cheek is highly rated at Chelsea and the Blues hope he will be the next academy player to make it into the first team after John Terry.
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