Players that could leave Chelsea


With Abraham having set up himself as the best option striker, Olivier Giroud’s time at Stamford Bridge seems restricted. They connected the World Cup victor with a transition to individual top-four challengers Tottenham in January, who are as of now missing both Harry Kane and Son Heung-min. Abraham’s lower leg injury and Michy Batshuayi’s helpless structure implies Giroud has appreciated increasingly game time as of late. The Frenchman has begun their last three group games, scoring twice.

Pedro’s days at Chelsea likewise seem to be restricted. The World Cup victor marked from Barcelona in 2015 and has won the Premier League, a FA Cup, and the Europa League during his time in England. Notwithstanding, he’s tumbled down the hierarchy of this battle, with Callum Hudson-Odoi, Willian, and Christian Pulisic all having been favored in the wide positions. His previous club Barca is one of the various clubs said to be keen on marking the Spanish forward.

Marcos Alonso is surplus to necessities. He’s helped them lift three trophies during his four years at the club. Lampard doesn’t appear to accept the 29-year-old will be a major piece of his tentative arrangements. Selling the Spaniard would make space for another full-back to come in.

Ross Barkley is another who could see his time with the Blues conclude in the late spring. They connected the English midfielder with a transition to West Ham in January. He’s begun only eight first-class games this season and rankled Lampard when he was shot topless in a Dubai dance club in November. A large group of Premier League clubs would without a doubt be keen on the 26-year-old, who has neglected to satisfy his potential with the six-time English heroes.