Chelsea midfielder, Tiemoue Bakayoko, has decided to fight dirty in order to push for a loan move to Paris Sainte Germain before the close of the summer transfer window.
Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard has not included Bakayoko in any of his three matchday squads to date and last week in referencing both the 25-year-old and Davide Zappacosta, who is set to join Serie A side, Roma on loan.
Bakayoko spent last season on loan at AC Milan, who opted not to take up an option to buy the midfielder, but Chelsea are still hopeful of recouping the vast majority of their initial outlay.
The Blues would prefer a permanent deal this month – the French window shuts on September 2 – with Paris Saint-Germain also monitoring the situation but they are willing to consider a loan move as a last resort.
Recall that Bakayoko joined Chelsea in 2017 from Monaco with the sum of £40million and managed three goals in all competitions for the Blues.
Meanwhile, the Chelsea are yet to win in three attempts under Lampard, but with the pathway now clearer for young players, several senior players will be pushed towards the exit ahead of the various deadlines across Europe.