Premier League side Chelsea have revealed that they are open to allowing youngster Charly Musonda out on loan for the remainder of the season, which has sparked interest from numerous sides, according to the Telegraph.
The 21-year-old midfielder is being allowed to leave after the Blues secured a bargain £15m deal for English midfielder Ross Barkley.
After being told he can leave on loan, Musonda played for the Chelsea Under-21s side and managed to net a brace, including a stunning free-kick.
The midfielder may have seen that match as an audition of his qualities to his pursuers, who will have been impressed with his overall performance.
Chelsea want to send Musonda to a club where he will be a regular starter and all the interested clubs can offer him regular football.
Musonda got in trouble with manager Antonio Conte earlier in the season when he complained on social media about a lack of first-team opportunities at Stamford Bridge but has since worked hard in training.
The youngster has a tough decision to make in the next couple of days and will get his chance to show Conte why he should be a regular starter for the Blues once he leaves on loan.