According to The Times, Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso is keen on leaving Chelsea after clash with Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.
Alonso was slammed by Lampard in front of the rest of the squad after returning to the team bus following his half-time substitution during their 3-3 draw away at West Brom.
Alonso had endured a difficult first half and was at fault for two of West Brom’s three first-half goals. Chelsea fought back after the break to draw 3-3.
The Spaniard now wants to return to the Italian Serie A and is eyeing a reunion with former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan.
Alonso enjoyed arguably the best season of his career under Conte, playing as a left wing back in his 3-4-3 formation as Chelsea won the Premier League title in 2016-17.
Chelsea are keen to cash in on either Alonso or Emerson Palmieri after Lampard landed Ben Chilwell as his new first choice left back.