Chelsea are looking to force Danny Drinkwater on Turkish giants Fenerbahce, that’s according to the Sun.
The Blues were involved in contract discussions with the Yellow Submarines over Victor Moses signature and it was understood that the Blues also recommended the former Leicester man during the discussion.
The England international hasn’t played a single game for the Blues this season and Sarri openly revealed his dissatisfaction in his ability and work ethic in training.
Drinkwater played a huge role in the Foxes unprecedented run to 2015-16 Premier League trophy and his performances throughout the campaign led to his celebrated move to Stamford Bridge a season later.
However, moving to Chelsea is definitely a bad and career-ruining decision as he has neither developed his game nor retain his fine form since he joined the West London outfits.
Drinkwater is understandably seeking a move out of the team and Chelsea are more than ready to let him join Fenerbahce on loan for the rest of the term.
As Victor Moses, the retired Nigeria star is closer to sealing his switch to Turkey for the rest of the season.
Many transfer podcasts revealed that the right wing-back underwent his medical on Thursday, hoping to be unveiled on Friday.
Meanwhile, Callum Hudson-Odoi continues to be in a huge dilemma over his future. The youngster is under pressure from Chelsea over the new contract, while, Bayern Munich are also mounting pressure on him via their constant bids to change for his signature.