- Danilo Pantic ready to dump Chelsea this summer
- The midfielder joined the Stamford Bridge side in 2015 but has failed to break into the first team
- The Serbian is keen planning to return to his former club FK Partizan five years after leaving them
Chelsea midfielder Danilo Pantic is reportedly set to leave the club this summer after the Blues failed to convince him to stay.
The Serbian is said to be prepared to turn down a new offer at Stamford Bridge to force through an exit.
According to Express UK, the 23-year-old is unwilling to commit his future to the west London club and he is eager to make a return to boyhood club, FK Partizan.
Pantic, who joined Chelsea in 2015 from Partizan is yet to make a senior appearance for Frank Lampard's senior side.
Instead, he has often been sent out on several loan spells, with his most recent stint with Hungarian side, Fehervar ended prematurely in January.
With no hope of breaking into the first team, the attacking midfielder contracted at Chelsea until 2021 has been left with no choice but to return to Partizan.
Currently, he is understood to be training with the Serbian top-flight club who he intends to join permanently.
Panguc has a £2.7 million buyout clause in his deal with Chelsea who are willing to let him leave should the right offer arrive.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Brazilian youngster Kaio Jorge has emerged as a priority transfer target for Premier League giants Chelsea.
The 18-year-old dubbed new Cristiano Ronaldo has also been linked with a move to join Italian League giants Juventus and Bayer Leverkusen.
Meanwhile, SunSport quoting German source Kicker claim Frank Lampard might make a move for the teenage sensation this summer.
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