Turkish giants Fenerbahce are reportedly keen on to sign out-of-favour Chelsea full-back Baba Rahman.
The African forward has signed for Chelsea back in 2015 in a deal believed to worth £22m, however, has failed to secure regular first-team football at Stamford Bridge and now being rumoured with a permanent transfer.
The Ghana international defender ready to leave Stamford Bridge this summer to play regular first-team football and Fenerbahce could be his next destination.
Rahman, who spent 2016/17 season on loan at Schalke, has plenty of potential suitors and alongside with Fenerbahce newly promoted Newcastle are also keen on to secure his signature.
However, according to Fanatik, Turkish giants have already made initial contact with the Chelsea and are as favourites to secure his services.
The Blues have given the green light to a proposed Rahman exit, however, it is uncleared whether it will be a loan or a permanent transfer.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are planning to sign Reading wonderkid Oliver Pendlebury, according to the report.
The Sun claims that Antonio Conte’s side are keen on to strengthen their youth ranks and identified England U16’s captain Oliver Pendlebury as a perfect edition.
Reading could not stand in the way of a big offer and ready to sell the player if Chelsea makes a move for the talented Englishman.
Pendlebury for sure has been one of the brightest talents in England, but he could also help Chelsea to increase their quota of English players.