The clear out continues at Stamford Bridge.
Time was when Chelsea’s striker Loic Remy was the toast of Premier League Clubs as Arsenal and Everton slugged it out for his signature. He fancied a move to Chelsea in the summer of 2014 but the French star has been a shadow of himself since then.
According to reports, Loic Remy has agreed a deal with Turkish giants Beskistas for his transfer away from Chelsea.
Remy signed for Chelsea from QPR in 2014 but fell down the selection perking order of the squad until he was sent on loan the Crystal Palace last term to salvage his career. However, his loan spell at Selhurst Park was cut short just two weeks after he secured the move – he was banjaxed with injury, leaving him with no choice than to return to Chelsea.
The 30-year-old is in the final year of his contract with the Premier League Champions and is surplus to the team of Antonio Conte.
He has agreed a four-year deal with Besiktas according to Turkish outlet Sporx. The went further to claim that a £1.8m bid has been made by the Club to Chelsea.
The Blues are yet to make a decision on accepting offers for him but it is certain that Remy cannot secure a place in the team of Conte. Hence, cashing in on him is a good deal.
Chelsea are heavily linked with a move for Lukaku, and even if they are yet to spend money, it is believed that Conte is recouping money in order to lodge irresistible bids for his targets.
During his time at Chelsea, Remy featured 32 times, scoring eight goals.