Brazilian midfielder Ramires is unhappy at Chelsea due to lack of playing time and has thoughts of leaving the club in this transfer window itself.
At the start of this season, the player had extended his contract with Chelsea until 2019, but things went wayward once Guus Hiddink took charge and the midfielder has not been getting enough chances which have triggered thoughts of leaving the club.
According to reports in Brazilian media, Ramires isn’t ready to warm the bench as the player has been featured only twice in five games played under Hiddink.
Guus apparently prefers John Obi Mikel, who wasn’t in favour under Mourinho and it is also good that Fabregas has found some form in recent matches.
Young Chelsea academy players like Loftus-Cheek and Kennedy are also getting more minutes to play for their impressive performances.
Now that Ramires himself has stated that he is ready for offers to seal a move away from Chelsea, Juventus would be more than happy to sign him as they were previously interested in the midfielder.
Borussia Dortmund would also be keen to sign the player if given the chance.
The rumours that have arisen may not work out practically given the fact the Ramires extended his contract only two months back under Mourinho and Hiddink has already clarified that he would not be continuing as the manager for the next season.
So, if Hiddink’s selection ways are the problem, then Ramires would probably do good to wait until the end of this season and hope to get more playing time under a new manager unless he is entirely disappointed with the current squad and has other better options for his future away from Stamford Bridge.
With the available news, it is unlikely that a transfer might happen for Ramires and is probably just a temporary feeling in his mind.
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