CHELSEA are reportedly willing to entertain offers for midfielder Danny Drinkwater.
The 28-year-old has failed to feature in the Blues’ opening two Premier League games where they have recorded victories over Huddersfield and Arsenal.
While Drinwkater was restricted to just 30 minutes in the Community Shield defeat against Manchester City.
According to the Daily Mail, the England international has failed to impress Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri.
Sarri, 59, is reportedly “open to offers” for the ex-Leicester star – who started just five top-flight games for the FA Cup holders last season.
While the Mail also claim that former Swansea loanee Tammy Abraham is free to leave Stamford Bridge.
European clubs can buy players on a permanent deal until the end of August, while Football League sides can make loan signings up until that date.
Schalke had reportedly been on bringing Drinwkater to the Bundesliga, but sporting director Christian Heidel has deemed Premier League players are too expensive.
Other players that could be on the move on loan before the end of the window include Yannick Bolasie – who has been linked with a switch to Middlesbrough.
Carl Jenkinson is free to leave the Gunners, while Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic could be set to leave Anfield