Chelsea will axe Colombian stars Juan Cuadrado and Radamel Falcao in other to create space in its squad and wage bill, according to the Metro.
The Blues have struggled so far this season and currently sit 15th on the Premier league table after losing 8 of their opening 16 league fixtures.
Despite the Portuguese claiming he has no right to ask the board for new players, he is reportedly keen to improve his squad when the transfer window in January in order to make the top 4 at the end of the season.
The Telegraph claims Radamel Falcao and Juan Cuadrado could be leaving Stamford bridge in January as the club targets big name stikers like Alex Teixeira, Gonzalo Higuain and Jamie Vardy. The West London club are keen to raise fund and keep their wage bill within FFP Limits.
Cuadrado is currenly spending the season on loan at Juventus, the winger has impressed since moving to Turin and the Old Ladies as well as Barcelona are reportedly interested in signing the winger.
Radamel Falcao has failed to impress since moving to Stamford bridge on loan and the West London club are considering terminating the midfielder’s loan deal in January, but it could be complicated to terminate the striker’s loan deal, according to the Metro.