Ross Barkley is set to leave Chelsea ahead of the January window with interests already coming in, MySportDab reports.
The midfielder has been linked with a move elsewhere since he lost his place in the starting lineup.
Ross Barkley spent last season on loan with Aston Villa who didn’t make the move permanent as he returned back to Chelsea.
Since his return, he has struggled to get regular playing time under Thomas Tuchel who prefer other players over him to start games.
Although he has made some appearance this season leading to him playing a key role in some match winning games.
Leeds United have identified Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley as a transfer target, according to reports coming through from The Daily Mail.
The 27-year-old is being tipped to push for a move after taking in just 126 Premier League minutes at the start of the season.
Leeds United are monitoring Ross Barkley’s situation with a view to making an approach in the January window.
The player could be making the much needed move which will see him get more playing time if an agreement is reached.
Chelsea are also open to allowing him leave for the right amount which will mean more funds for them to go after another target of theirs.
Ross Barkley has been impressive with the few amount of minutes he has played so far this season under Thomas Tuchel.
The German decided to keep him alongside other players who went out on loan last season as he want enough players due to our their fixtures will look like.
It has paid off for the manager who has been able to maintain things despite the amount of players who are currently out nursing one injury or the other.
Ross Barkley could be heading for the exit as he needs regular playing time with a possibility of him getting a call for 2022 World Cup.