Chelsea supervisor, Plain Lampard, has told protector, Davide Zapacosta to leave Stamford Extension, as indicated by Objective.
The Blues progressive system have allegedly set a £23million sticker price on the player’s head in an offer to sell the Italy universal before the European exchange window closes.
Zappacosta finished a €28million move from Torino to Stamford Bridge in 2017.
His impact wound down under Maurizio Sarri last season after he made 35 appearances for Chelsea during his first season at the club.
New manager Lampard will support Reece James as spread for Cesar Azpilicueta at right back this season
In that capacity,Lampard deems Zappacosta as surplus to requirements as Roma have expressed interest in signing the defender but may be put off by Chelsea’s £23m valuation.
Due to the price, it is claimed Roma may seek a loan-to-buy deal