Chelsea are willing to lower their £30m valuation of midfielder Kenedy in a bid to push through a summer exit, according to the Chronicle, cited by Caught Offside.
The 23-year-old joined Newcastle United last January on loan for the remainder of the season and impressed former Blues boss Rafael Benitez.
The Brazilian joined the Magpies over the summer on loan for a second time as a result of his positive first stint on Tyneside and has made 28 appearances in all competitions this season.
Kenedy was valued by Chelsea at £30m last summer as Newcastle explored the possibility of signing the midfielder on a full-time basis.
However, with the Brazilian out of contract next year, Chelsea are willing to lower their original valuation of the player in a bid to sell the midfielder over the summer.
It remains unclear as to how low Chelsea are willing to go in terms of offloading Kenedy, however, the Blues look extremely keen on selling the player this summer.
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The 26-year-old has been used by Maurizio Sarri this season, however, the Italian could well seek a move away in search of more regular game time.
The Ghanaian is another who could leave this summer after struggling to adapt to Premier League life.
Drinkwater has struggled massively this season and looks set to leave at the end of the campaign.
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van Ginkel has failed to break into the first team since joining in 2013 and could finally be sold this summer.
Moses signed an 18-month loan deal with Fenerbahce in January, however, the Turkish side could look to make his move permanent this summer.