Emerson Palmieri has refused to rule out a summer exit from Chelsea, but admits he is happy at the club.
The 24-year-old ended his first season at Stamford Bridge impressively, making the left-back spot his own.
He started the Europa League final win over Arsenal last month, which Chelsea won 4-1 in Baku.
Having initially had to play second fiddle to Marcos Alonso, Emerson ousted the Spaniard, appearing 27 times in all competitions.
Despite his good form, the Italy international has been linked with a move away from west London this summer, with Juventus tipped to sign him.
Maurizio Sarri looks set to be joining Juve from Chelsea, which is perhaps why the move is being mooted.
Emerson played for Italy in their 2-1 win over Bosnia on Tuesday, and speaking to reporters after the game, he remained coy over his future:
I have a contract with Chelsea and I am happy there, especially after the Europa League [victory].
At this time I haven’t received any offers. Everyone is saying [Allianz Stadium could be my new home] however I am very relaxed.
I will continue to work hard and not focus on these things.
Should the former Roma man leave Chelsea, reinforcements would be required at left-back.
Alonso himself could leave in the coming weeks, but even if he stays, his poor form in 2019/20 highlights the need for an upgrade.
Chelsea's top 5 Premier League left-backs
5. Wayne Bridge
Bridge was one of many players signed by Chelsea in the summer of 2003, after Roman Abramovich bought the club.
A strong all-round left-back, he made 142 Blues appearances in total, scoring four times.
4. Graeme Le Saux
Le Saux was a consistent figure at Stamford Bridge during a six-year period between 1997 and 2003.
England’s first-choice left-back for a time, he combined solid defensive work with excellent end product.
3. William Gallas
Although strictly not a left-back by trade, Gallas deserves to be included.
The Frenchman was magnificent in the role for a period under Jose Mourinho, when John Terry and Ricardo Carvalho were deployed at centre-back.
2. Cesar Azpilicueta
Like Gallas, it is common knowledge that Azpilicueta isn’t a left-back, but again, he has shone there many times.
A modern Chelsea great, his level of consistency has been almost unrivalled down the years.
1. Ashley Cole
England’s greatest left-back of all time is surely Chelsea’s best in that position, too.
Cole was a fantastic footballer at both ends of the pitch, becoming a genuine Blues legend after controversially joining from Arsenal in 2006.