Chelsea preparing to sell Olivier Giroud and Pedro in January transfer window

Chelsea open to offloading Giroud, Pedro in January

Chelsea open to offloading Giroud, Pedro in January

According to the Telegraph, the Blues may be open to bids for the attacking duo in the next window and they will both be able to speak to foreign clubs in January over a summer free transfer considering they are nearing the end of their contracts.

Lampard can be reluctant to enable his squad to be weakened if Chelsea can no longer tag avid gamers in January, though Giroud is now gradual Tammy Abraham and Michy Batshuayi, while Pedro has fallen gradual Willian, Christian Pulisic, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Mason Mount, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek to return from injury. He has started just one competitive match this season and wants regular football to give himself a chance of playing for France at Euro 2020.

Inter are among the clubs to have shown an interest alongside the likes of West Ham, Crystal Palace and a series of French clubs have too.

Pedro has only managed eight first-team games this season across all competitions and he's very far down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

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Firmly in the race for a top-four finish, Lampard will not want to weaken his squad by losing several senior players if they can not be replaced.

Alonso has also been in and out of the Chelsea team and it may be time for him to call it quits on his Stamford Bridge career sooner rather than later.

It is also claimed that Chelsea could offload Marcos Alonso but his exit could be delayed until the summer as the club are targeting Leicester City's Ben Chilwell as the Spaniard's replacement.

Neither Giroud nor Pedro were part of Frank Lampard's squad for the dramatic Champions League Group H draw against Ajax on Tuesday night, while Alonso was replaced at half-time by impressive teenager Reece James.

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