Loic Remy is set to leave Chelsea this summer with Premier League clubs Everton and Southampton interested in securing a deal, reports say.
The French striker has endured a difficult time at Stamford Bridge since joining Chelsea from Queens Park Rangers in 2014.
Due to lack of opportunities and a string of injuries, Remy has played just 32 league games in over three years and spent two weeks on loan at Crystal Palace last season before suffering a knee injury.
The 30-year-old is now pushing for a move in order to find regular game-time and will be allowed to leave when Chelsea sign a new centre forward.
Antonio Conte made Romelu Lukaku his top target earlier in the summer but the Belgian talisman opted to join Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 2016/17 season
But the Blues are determined to sign a top-class striker and have turned their attentions to Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after the Lukaku setback.
Remy, who cost Chelsea £10million in 2014, is attracting interest from Everton, Southampton and former club Marseille.