If rumour making the rounds is anything to go by, then France international striker Loic Remy could complete Chelsea’s switch this January after failing to impress under fromer boss Jose Mourinho.
Report according to the Express claims that Spartak Moscow are preparing a bid of £14.5million to lure the star away from Chelsea.
Chelsea are currently set for reinforcement in January transfer, after their attacking trio of Costa, Remy and Falcao had struggled to find the back of the net this season.
Remy joined Chelsea from Premiership side, Queens Park Rangers in 2014 summer for a reported fee of £10.5million.
Since his arrival, the 28-year old star has played second fiddle to Spanish striker Diego Costa. He however, fell further down the pecking order with the arrival of Radamel Falcao in the summer.
Should Remy depart Chelsea this winter, the fund recouped from his sales could be used to finance other attacking target such as Alex Teixeira.