Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic could be on his way out of Chelsea after fallen down the pecking order in Antonio Conte starting eleven.

According to report from Daily Mail, Serie A giants Juventus are weighing up January move for the Serbian international.

The Italian side are in need of defender after injury suffered by Leonardo Bonucci and Dani Alves.

Although Juventus have both promising star Daniele Rugani and Medhi Benatia as defenders, it is however believed the imminent departure of the later for the Africa Cup of Nation will create a vacuum at the defense line.

Since Chelsea switch to a 3-4-3 formation, Ivanovic has failed to get a starting place with conte preferring Nigerian international Victor Moses as his right-wing back.

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The Serbian star joined Chelsea in 2008 from Lokomotiv Moscow and has 370 appearances for the Club with a total of 33 goals. His contribution to the Blues squad has seen him grown to be named the Club vice Captain in the wake of Petr Cech joining Arsenal.

Meanwhile, reports also have it that premier League side West Ham United are interested in  the highly experienced star in the winter transfer window.

Ivanovic came in as a late substitute for Moses in Chelsea 2-1 victory over Tottenham during the weekend and will be hoping to get more playing time, when his side takes on Manchester City this weekend

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