- Kays Ruiz-Atil has found it difficult to break into PSG's star-studded first team
- The youngster joined the club in 2015 from Barcelona but could be on his way out
- His deal at Parc des Princes expires in 2021 and it looks increasingly likely he could depart the Ligue 1 side
Chelsea are reportedly in talks with Paris Saint-Germain wonderkid Kays Ruiz-Atil over a possible move to Stamford Bridge.
Ruiz-Atil is said to be frustrated with lack of game time at PSG under manager Thomas Tuchel.
The teenage sensation has already entered the final year of his deal with the French giants, sparking speculation he could depart on the summer.
The youngster, who grew through the ranks at Barcelona is yet to taste first team football, courting interest from the Blues.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has grown a reputation as a manager willing to give chances to young players, with the likes of Billy Gilmour, Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Reece James shooting to prominence under his tutelage at the club.
That fact has seen Ruiz-Atil's become more receptive to the London club's interest but want assurances on plans they have for the 17-year-old if they sign him this summer.
However, Metro UK citing French publication L'Equipe reports the youngster is open to staying at PSG but wants the Ligue 1 giants to commit to affording him a breakthrough into the first team.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho could return to his parent club Barcelona at the end of the season contrary to the club's plan.
The Catalans have been looking out for potential buyer for the 27-year-old who struggled to blend in his first 18 months at the Camp Nou.
He has been on loan at Bayern Munich since the start of the 2019-20 season and has scored nine goals and eight assists in 32 appearances across competitions.
However, it appears no club is willing to meet Barca's valuation for the Liverpool man who joined the La Liga defending champions in a record fee of £142 million in January 2018.
Coutinho was signed to replace Andres Iniesta but he has failed to fill the shoes of the legendary midfielder.
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