- Tiemoue Bakayoko has agreed deal to join Napoli this summer from Chelsea
- Lack of active playing time at Stamford Bridge is forcing the Frenchman out
- Paris-Saint-Germain and AC Milan were also interested in signing Bakayoko
Premier League giants Chelsea have reportedly agreed deal with top Italian side Napoli for the loan transfer of French midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko after finding games hard in London.
Chelsea are reported to have initially been in talks with AC Milan and Paris-Saint-Germain over the transfer of Tiemoue Bakayoko, but nothing was agreed upon this summer.
According to the report on UK Sun, Paris-Saint-Germain and AC Milan were not ready to meet Chelsea's asking price for the transfer of the 26-year-old.
The report added that Napoli have now agree to accept Bakayoko on loan and the player is expected to travel to Italy so as to complete the deal.
Bakayoko has made just 24 Premier League starts for the Blues since joining them in July 2017 and his last two years have been spent on loan with AC Milan and Monaco.
Chelsea made the signing of some players before the start of the ongoing Premier League season which made it difficult for Bakayoko to get a chance in the team.
Meanwhile, Frank Lampard and his wards are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League table thanks to their recent win over Crystal Palace.
The Blues will be at home in their next Premier League game against Southampton.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Bayern Munich who are the current German champions have reportedly had their bid for Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi rejected by the Blues ahead of transfer deadline.
Hudson-Odoi has for the past two seasons being a target for Bayern Munich and they are ready to lure the 19-year-old to Germany this summer.
But with two days remaining to the end of the transfer window, Chelsea are not willing to do any business with Bayern Munich.
The massive offer is understood to have been a loan move with an option to buy the winger next summer.
But according to the report by Daily Mail, they claimed that the Blues rejected the move which hasn't deterred the German champions.
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