The signing of Ross Barkley by Premier League Champions Chelsea will undoubtedly see the already slim chances of attacker Charly Musonda getting first team opportunities diminish even further.
The West London club have been reported to be willing to send the 21-year old out on loan for the rest of the season and this has seen a number of Premier League clubs register their interests.
According to a report on the Telegraph, the likes of Bournemouth, Watford, Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion are all looking to get the deal for the youngster.
All of these mentioned clubs have had dealings with Chelsea in recent times and are known to be in need of attacking reinforcements in the January Transfer window.
It is however believed that the Blues will only deal with the club that offers more game time for the Belgian Under-21 international – who is obviously highly rated at the club.
There have been reports of a loan move for Musonda for a while now but a move has now been sanctioned by the club after the signing of Ross Barkley.
Musonda has made just 2 appearances for Chelsea this season in the Premier League with another 2 made in the League Cup and 1 made in the FA cup which highlights his need for more game time.