Chelsea ready to make room in January

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is ready to make significant changes to his squad in January and will start by offloading a number of players he deems surplus to requirements.

Accoridng to the Daily Mail, the Portuguese will start with getting rid of both Kevin de Bruyne and Demba Ba as both are keen to find regular first team football and are unlikely to find it at Stamford Bridge.

However, they are not the only two, as the the report claims only a handful of Chelsea stars are considered to be fulfilling their earning their places in the squad by Mourinho and he is keen to make room for a number of January signings.

Inter Milan midfielder Freddy Guarin, St Etienne defender Kurt Zouma and former Chelsea flop now at Benfica, Nemanja Matic are all high on the Blues boss' transfer wishlist.

It also claims there is some hope at Chelsea of prizing Radamel Falcao away from AS Monaco, as the Colombian striker is reportedly unhappy with life in the principality.

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