Chelsea are ready to offload both Emerson Palmieri and Victor Moses to raise funds for the Summer transfer window according to a report from British news outlet The Daily Express.
The Blues are looking to bolster their full back department for the coming season and beyond but with the department already bloated they are ready to sell players to raise funds and make space for new players.
Palmieri was a target for both Juventus and Inter in the recent January transfer window but Chelsea’s demands at the time for the Italian national team defender scared them away but the report states that both clubs are back interested in him once again.
As for Moses, Chelsea shipped him out on loan to Inter in the recent January transfer window for the remainder of the current season with an option to buy which is believed to be between €10-15 million. As per the report, Inter manager Antonio Conte is keen to sign Moses permanently.
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