As the transfer window edges closer, several players are being traded across the continent. While teams look to bring in reinforcements, some will have to let some of their players go, that is the case for Chelsea who have several players out on-loan.
The Blues have received a bid for one of their youngsters who is yet to establish himself in their first team. According to Turkish sources, the Blues have been offered £2.2 million for Mario Pasalic.
The Croatian joined Chelsea in the summer of 2014 but has failed to make an impact at Stamford Bridge, spending most of his time with the Premier League Champions out on loan.
Despite impressing at Milan last season, the Italians have not shown any willingness to sign him on a permanent basis, and with one year left on his current deal, Chelsea is keen to let him go.
Per the source, Galatasaray who is currently being managed by Antonio Conte’s former teammate Igor Tudor hope to prise him away from the Blues this summer. Tudor is said to have personally asked Conte to help him get the deal through.
Pasalic would like to remain a Chelsea player but is keeping his options open for now.