Lucas Piazon and Tiemoue Bakayoko looking to secure moves out of Chelsea

Lucas Piazon looking to finally move out of Chelsea. Bakayoko will be securing a move at Napoli.

Lucas Piazon

With the January transfer window now open Chelsea will be looking to offload several players which are currently surplus and are just warming up the bench. Among the names are Antonio Rudiger and Marcos Alonso.

Now according to reports out on loan players Tiemoue Bakayoko and Lucas Piazon are also wanting to move out of the club.

Tiemoue Bakayoko and Lucas Piazon updates

Tiemoue Bakayoko

Tiemoue Bakayoko is currently on loan at Italian club Napoli and plans to secure a permanent over at Naples. He came to Chelsea under Antonio Conte ok the 2017 season from AS Monaco.

However his plans haven’t gone according to plan at Stamford Bridge and he’s been only on the way down at Chelsea. Now his agent believes it’s best for Bakayoko to find his future over at Napoli rather than wait for Chelsea.

Redemption at Napoli? Too soon to talk about it, there are still so many things to see.Neither the club nor the player spoke to each other. Staying in Naples would be a good chance.We will see at the end of the season. However, Napoli has priority over his future for June.”

His brother who’s also his agent revealed that among other clubs who are interested are his former loannee club AC Milan. However there are no solid facts to support that Bakayoko will indeed be staying in Italy.

Lucas Piazon at Portugal

Lucas Piazon has been at Chelsea since 2011 and hasn’t got any substantial amount of playing time during his long stay which exceed any of the current playing members. He’s one of the forgotten and will probably never be getting a chance in a blues shirt.

What’s more surprising is that he’s only 26 years which means he still has lots of time left. He’s currently on loan with Portuguese side Rio Ave but is being eyed by three unknown clubs for a permanent deal away from Chelsea.

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