Chelsea are desperate to offload striker Franco Di Santo after he failed to impress at Blackburn.
Chelsea are now offering Di Santo to European clubs as they attempt to cash in on the striker. Di Santo, 21, is believed to be out of manager Carlo Ancelotti’s plans after returning with just one goal in 22 Premier League appearances while in Lancashire, he is believed to have very little chance of a Blue future.
English sides like Bolton and Wigan are reportedly interested in signing him. Dutch side Feyenoord and FC Twente are also interested in the young argentine but only for a temporary loan. Chelsea are pushing for a £2 million permanent move rather than another temporary switch.