Chelsea are open to parting ways with both Antonio Rudiger and Fikayo Tomori when the transfer window reopens in January.
Rudiger has barely featured in the Premier League this term and his only start came last month when Thiago Silva arrived late from international duty.
Elsewhere, Tomori has also been out-of-favour this season and he has not made a single appearance for the Blues since September.
According to ESPN, Blues boss Frank Lampard needs to reduce the club’s wage bill and hence will look to trim the squad next month.
It is added that Rudiger and Tomori are among the players, who could be shown the exit door during the winter transfer window.
Rudiger has been on the radar of both Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona and the latter could make a January approach to sign him.