Chelsea striker Loic Remy could leave the club in January, according to reports.
The French man has been linked with a move away from Stamford bridge in recent weeks after seeing opportunities limited at Stamford Bridge.
According to the Daily star via French football, the French international is a wanted man with as many as three Premier league clubs after his signature.
Aston Villa, Swansea and Southampton are all reportedly in the battle to sign the striker.
According to the report, Aston Villa boss Remi Garde is desperate to sign the striker as he tries to get his side out of the Relegation zone.
The report claims former Chelsea boss Mourinho had already agreed to let the striker leave in January but with the Managerial change at Stamford Bridge, the Premier league trio could end up disapointed as new Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink may decide to give the striker another chance to impress him at Stamford bridge.
The striker is reportedly in search of first team football as he hopes to impress French Boss Didier Deschamps with the European Championships around the corner.
Remy would be hoping for regular first team football be it at Stamford bridge or somewhere else in order to make Deschamps 23 man squad for the Euro 2016 which will be held in his home land next summer.
Remy has scored 8 league goals in 28 appearances for Chelsea since joining in 2014 despite not being a starter for the club.