Chelsea will be playing West Bromwich Albion in their next Premier league match, to continue their chase for the Premier League title, having drawn their last match against Leeds United.
The London giants in a bid to strengthen their squad, are reportedly ready to cash in on one of their first team star during the next summer transfer window.
The 26 years old Chelsea defender, who has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a Stamford Bridge exit, has failed to shine since he joined the Blues and could be making a return back to the Italian league this summer.
However, Chelsea are reportedly ready to sell the 26 years old Emerson Palmieri, so as to be able to raise fund to sign some of their summer transfer targets, which include the likes of Erling Haaland, Jadon Sancho, Ilaix Moriba among others.
The 26 years old Chelsea defender Emerson Palmieri, has been shown keen interest by Napoli and Inter Milan, but they will have to meet the £17m price tag put on the player by Chelsea, before either one of them could be able to sign the 26 years old Chelsea first team star.
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