The duo of Oscar and Loic Remy could leave Chelsea behind at the end of the season, according to the Telegraph.
The report claims that both players are not confident that they will be plying their trade at Stamford Bridge for the 2016/17 campaign.
Oscar and Remy were both left out of the Chelsea squad that travelled to Portugal to take on Porto last night. In their absence, Jose Mourinho's side suffered a 2-1 defeat - their fifth loss of the season in all competitions.
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Both players took to the field against Newcastle United last weekend, but were seemingly dropped after failing to prove their credentials in the 2-2 draw. In fact, Mourino opted to replace them in the second half against Steve McClaren's side and it's now far from certain as to whether they will be recalled for this weekend's Premier League fixture with Southampton.
The same report goes on to claim that Oscar and Remy could have departed west London last summer, with Italian giants Juventus heavily linked with the former.
Remy, on the other hand, was linked with the Premier League duo of West Ham United and Crystal Palace, but it appears that he opted to fight on in west London.
Ultimately, this nightmare period really can't continue for Chelsea. Mourinho will be determined to improve things sooner rather than later, but clearly changes will have to be made over the course of the next year.
It's crazy that after just seven Premier League fixtures, Chelsea already find themselves so far behind in the race for the title. Of course, the Blues' leading players could yet fire them up the table, but if they don't, then Mourinho will no doubt axe some big names. Oscar and Remy may well depart, but there could be a number of other casualties.
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