‘Conte does not seem willing to count on him next season’ – Chelsea striker given green light to leave for Euro giants

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‘Conte does not seem willing to count on him next season’ – Chelsea striker given green light to leave for Euro giants

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has given Loic Remy the green light to leave over the summer according to reports in Turkey.

TuttoMercatoWeb claim that ‘Conte does not seem willing to count on him next season’.

Per the source, Remy has one of two options available to him. A move to Ligue 1 giants Lyon or to Turkish champions Besiktas.

The Black Eagles have made signing an experienced striker with European competition experience a priority.

The Istanbul giants will play Champions League football next season.

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Remy made the move to Chelsea from QPR back in 2014. However, Remy has made just 47 games for the Premier League champions since his transfer.

The experienced striker was loaned out to Crystal Palace this season but failed to make an impact.

The 30-year-old played just 283 minutes of competitive football for Palace in all competitions this season.

The France international has just over 12 months remaining on his current contract and the Blues are not expected to offer an extension.

 

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