Stamford Bridge wide-man struggling to secure regular first team action.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has stated that whilst he has no intention of selling German international Andre Schurrle he would do so should a ‘phenomenal’ offer be registered according to the BBC.
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The 24 year old has been a bit-part player this term and has seen his place taken by Willian for much of the current campaign and as such there is growing speculation that the former Bayer Leverkusen man could be sold by the Stamford Bridge side.
On the topic of a possible sale Mourinho stated;
“The question is not to be allowed or not allowed. The question is to have a phenomenal offer and a player to be super keen of accepting a new challenge in his career.”
Speculation of such a move has been heightened by talk of Mourinho’s apparent interest in Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado and Wolfsburg are said to be ready to offer Schurrle a Bundesliga return.
Schurrle has started just five Premier League games this season, scoring three times, and this coming after a successful World Cup campaign will surely leave the versatile attacker considering his options.
Mourinho has done well to offload players deemed as surplus to requirements in order to cover the costs of new arrivals and if push came to shove it’s plausible that he would do so again in relation to any good offers for Schurrle.