Belgium international Charly Musonda is eyeing a move away from Stamford Bridge despite Maurizio Sarri assuring the youngster he remains a huge part of his plans.
The 21-year-old is keen on moving away from the West Londoners to seek regular game elsewhere.
The Brussels native joined the English top-tier outfit in 2012 from Anderlecht but has not be able to nail down his berth in Blues squad.
Maurizio Sarri had let go of some number of key players who featured for the Blues last season under Conte.
Mitchy Batshuayi joins La Liga outfit Valencia on a season-long loan deal, Kurt Zouma joins Merseysiders Everton on a loan deal too.
And the winger had hoped he would exit the club also, but on a permanent deal.
Musonda has endured two loan spells outside of the Premier League.
The 21-year-old featured 24 times for La Liga side Real Betis, before another loan switch to Scottish outfit Celtic last season.
It is understood Musonda is raring to play elsewhere having been limited to fewer games at Chelsea.
Musonda has made just 3 Premier League appearances for the west Londoners and he is unhappy with the lack of opportunities at the club.
The youth graduate is understood to have had a number of interests and could possibly make a permanent move away from the FA Cup champions in January when the transfer window open again.