Frank Lampard’s young Chelsea side have been turning a lot of heads so far this season with their all-action displays.
Impressive performances from the likes of Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori means some of the club’s senior players have had to settle for a place on the bench.
Now the Telegraph report that the Blues are considering allowing two of their most established professionals to depart Stamford Bridge.
It’s claimed the West London outfit will listen to offers for both striker Olivier Giroud and forward Pedro.
The two World Cup winners have seen most their minutes come in the EFL Cup this term due to the form of the exciting young talent Lampard has to choose from.
Giroud, 33, and Pedro, 32, have just six months left on their contracts with Chelsea so if they let them go in January they will at least receive a fee.
The Frenchman, who signed from Arsenal in January 2018, will want to play more in order to secure his place in his country’s squad for Euro 2020.
Pedro, who moved to the Premier League from Barcelona in 2015, has been linked with moves abroad.