The Blues have apparently threatened attacking midfielder Charly Musonda with the boot.
According to Belgian journalist Sven Claes, Chelsea Football Club have demanded Musonda to commit himself to the club or simply leave.
It looks as if the Blues are starting to decide on the incoming and outgoing’s of the youngsters as Chelsea only recently completed their first summer signing in a deal worth £500,000!
The Belgium Under-21 international is one of many Chelsea players sent out on loan and has just over two years left on his current contract.
Charly has a good chance of making it into Antonio Conte’s first team if he commits.
He’s highly rated at Stamford Bridge but returned early from a disappointing loan spell at La Liga club Real Betis in January.
Claes tweeted: “Chelsea have a clear message for Charly Musonda Jr (20): sign a contract extension or move permanent this summer.”
Musonda has attracted interest from Premier League rivals Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United in January 2016.
The Blues, however, eventually loaned him to Real Betis for the first time.
And he claimed: “It was simple: many English clubs wanted to buy me. Man U, City, Arsenal… but only rent was an option for Chelsea.”
Chelsea team-mate Tammy Abraham believes “special” Musonda is capable of starring for the club.
Abraham said: “I think Charly is a special player really, he’s so rapid on the ball, he’s got quick feet, he loves beating a player – he’s a big entertainer really and I love to watch him.”