Charly Musonda, once hailed as the next Chelsea wonderkid, is to leave the club in the summer.
He is out of contract at the end of the season so he will not be affected by the uncertainty surrounding the club.
The 25-year old playmaker is attracting interest from a number of clubs, including Hellas Verona, butt he is being linked with a move to Roma, who were previously interested in taking him on loan.
The Belgian was tipped, at one stage, to inherit the mantle of Eden Hazard for club and country, and a very productive loan spell with Real Betis in Spain, caused even greater excitement about his potential.
However, he suffered a career threatening injury at the start of another loan spell with Vitesse in the Eredivisie, and, although he is now fit again, Chelsea have opted to release him, having barely used him in their under-23 squad this season.
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