CHELSEA youngster Daishawn Redan wants to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.
Sport Bild understand the 18-year-old has given up on breaking into the Blues first team.
In nearly two years in West London he has made 56 outings for the club’s various youth teams, scoring 30 goals and contributing six assists.
That has included appearances in Premier League 2, the Uefa Youth League, the FA Trophy and EFL Trophy.
But the struggles typically experienced by young players at Chelsea means Redan is not expecting a promotion into the senior ranks.
Callum Hudson-Odoi has failed to establish himself under Maurizio Sarri despite making his England debut last week.
A host of clubs across Europe are tracking the future of the Dutchman, who has a contract until 2021.
From the Premier League, Everton, Leicester City and West Ham United are all thought to be keen.
Serie A duo AC Milan and Roma have also shown an interest.
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Meanwhile, Borussia Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl has targetted adding Redan to the club’s attack.
The Bundesliga club believe a fee of £8.5million will be enough to snare the central striker.
Netherlands have wasted little time integrating Redan into their international set-up, capping him 51 times at various youth levels including Under-19.