The forgotten man of Chelsea, Baba Rahman, may be headed for another loan this month out of Stamford Bridge.
According to the goal, during the January transfer window the blues defenders would be set for a temporary exit and if they leave, their fifth loan spell will be withdrawn from the club.
It is said that the 26-year-old did not join the first team at Chelsea, but instead trained and played with his Under-23s in order to remain fit.
The study says that there are 'advanced negotiations' between Chelsea and two foreign clubs over a six-month left-hand lending arrangement.
In addition, a loan arrangement will finally result in the summer being permanently discontinued.
It makes sense to Frank Lampard that he won top football elsewhere in the second half of the season without the full back in his first team preparation.
Rahman was joined by the German club Augsburg in 2015, where Sky Sports reported that the contract would cost more than £20 million.
The Ghana international 25-time cap is really quick and athletically blessed on the left, but in English football he has never made an impressive impression.
He is left behind with Ben Chilwell, Emerson Palmieri, and Marcos Alonso at Chelsea, and so he should be desperate for a permanent way of re-establishing his career elsewhere at the age of 26.