INTER MILAN and Sevilla are reportedly interested in a loan deal for Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda.
The Belgian, 21 has just put pen to paper on a new long-term contract.
But with only two appearances off the bench in the league this season, Musonda could be allowed to leave Stamford Bridge for a loan move in January.
Voetbal claims the playmaker is wanted by Inter and Sevilla, as well as former side Real Betis.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has already revealed he will speak with Musonda and sort out his short-term future soon.
But the Italian is sure to prefer a club offering regular game time between now and the summer.
However, Musonda is just happy that his long-term future lies in west London, telling the club’s official website earlier this month: “I’m very happy and very proud.
“I came here very young and am very happy to continue my journey here. I love this club so it’s a great moment for me and my family. Now I want to establish myself and progress into the team and stay here permanently.” – The Sun