Chelsea left-back Baba Rahmann could be set to leave Stamford Bridge in the summer transfer window, according to Goal.
The Ghanaian suffered a long-term knee injury at the African Cup of Nations, and has been sidelined since. However, Goal do not believe there is likely to be any complications with his recovery, and he should be back on the field by the time pre-season kicks off in July.
Goal report that this could potentially ready him for a move away from West London. Baba has spent the current campaign out on loan at Schalke, and though Goal do not believe the Bundesliga outfit are in the running to sign him on a permanent basis, they believe there is no shortage of interest in the 22-year-old.
According to Goal, Baba will look to talk to the Chelsea hierarchy this summer before making a decision on his future, but if he does decide to leave, it’s reported that he’s attracting interest from Germany, Italy and England.