Chelsea and England international midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge in January, after failing to force his way into Antonio Conte’s starting squad.
According to report from Matt Law of The Telegraph, West Ham United are interested in securing the highly rated midfielder on a six months loan.
The 20-years old star has failed to establish himself in Chelsea team and playing regularly has become a big issue for the player.
The player could be moving to West Ham with the hope of proving his doubters wrong and enjoying first team football even as the club pushes for domestic glory.
Report also has it that West Ham are not only interested in Loftus Cheek but are also keen on luring in unsettled young star Dominic Solamke.
The English-born Nigerian who is yet to make any appearances for the Blues in an EPL campaign recently shocked Chelsea, by asking for a pay rise of £50,000-a-week and first-team guarantees to stay at Stamford Bridge.
However, Solanke might want to settle his dispute with his parent club and sign a new contract extension if he wants the move to West Ham a reality. This is simply because of Chelsea’s policies of only allowing their young stars leave Stamford Bridge on loan if they have a long-team deal with the club.