Despite the obvious need of attacking reinforcements in Chelsea, the Blues are looking to clear out a major crop of their misfiring players.
Chelsea and France international striker Loic Remy have emerged as a transfer target for premier League side Swansea City in January transfer window.
Report according to the Metro claims that Swansea have made a bid to sign the 28-year old star on loan in January. Remy had struggled to find regular jersey at Chelsea since his arrival to Stamford Bridge in 2014/2015 season.
With the arrival of Colombia international Radamel Falcao in the summer, Remy fell further down the pecking order in Chelsea attacking choice, with former boss Jose Mourinho given Falcao the nod over Remy in the absence of Costa.
Swansea City are currently lying on the 18th position on the EPL table with 15 points after 17 games. Their new manager Alan Curtis is poised to add more attacking bit to his team in January.
Should Chelsea be able to sign prime target Alex Teixeira in January, Guus Hiddink could allow the French star leave Chelsea for a first team football in January, after struggling to find a regular starts at Chelsea.
The French goal poacher had scored a total of 32 goals in his three club spell in England including Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United and Chelsea spells.