Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda will cut his loan deal at Real Betis short in January, according to sources in Spain.
The Belgian spent the second half of last season on loan at Betis and decided to re-join the Spanish club on a season-long loan last summer.
However, he has barely figured for them this term and AS reports that the player, aware of his lack of opportunities and interest from elsewhere, is thinking about leaving in January and joining another team on a short-term basis.
Canal Sur Radio, meanwhile, reports that Chelsea and Betis are planning to terminate the loan deal soon.
The Belgian admitted in October that he has not spoken to Blues boss Antonio Conte.
“There’s feedback with people from Chelsea,” he said.
I’ve never actually been in direct contact with Antonio Conte, but the club are keeping an eye on their players’ performances.
“My dream is to play in the Premier League, I’m going to continue my efforts to reach that objective.”
Musonda progressed through Anderlecht’s youth ranks before linking up with Chelsea in 2012.