Chelsea are reportedly looking to get rid of their fringe players when the transfer window opens in January, including Malang Sarr and Armando Broja.

Chelsea are hoping to raise some funds for their own signings, and players like Armando Broja and Malang Sarr could be on their way out of the club in the coming weeks. According to Yagiz Sabuncuoglu, representatives of the two players are in talks with Turkish clubs regarding a January move.

Armando Broja and Malang Sarr: On the Move in January?

Both Armando Broja and Malang Sarr have struggled for regular game time, and moving away from Chelsea could be ideal for them. Broja has recently returned from a long-term injury, and he needs to play more often to continue his development. He is unlikely to get that opportunity at Chelsea and an exit in January would be ideal.

As for Sarr, he has barely had any opportunities to showcase qualities in the Premier League since joining the club. And most of his time as a Chelsea player has been spent out on loan at other clubs. It will be interesting to see where they end up in January.

There is no doubt that Broja could still be a quality Premier League striker, and Chelsea might end up regretting their decision to let him leave. He showed his quality during a loan spell at Southampton in the past. Now, Broja and Sarr are in talks with Turkish clubs through their representatives.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have spent over £1 billion on new signings since the change of ownership. They will need to cut down their spending and recoup some money in the market now. They cannot afford to spend exorbitantly, and they will have to comply with the Premier League spending regulations as well.

It will be interesting to see if they can get rid of most of their deadwood in January. Mauricio Pochettino has expressed his desire to bring in more players, and Chelsea are clearly in need of improvement. Parting ways with Broja and Sarr and offloading them to Turkey might be the first step of making that happen.

They finished in the mid positions last season and are heading on a similar path this year as well judging by their performances so far. A club of their stature should be securing Champions League qualification and fighting for trophies. It remains to be seen whether Pochettino can get his side back on track.

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