Chelsea are contemplating selling Brazilian midfielder Ramires, according to reports.
Daily Mail reports that the London club need to generate funds for their transfer spending as they have to comply with Financial Fair Play rules, and Ramires could be sacrificed for the cause.
Clubs like Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in the services of the 28-year old, who has fallen in the pecking order under manager Guus Hiddink.
The Brazilian is yet to start a game since the arrival of the Dutchman, and recent reports have suggested that he is also keen on a move away from the club.
He signed a four-year contract extension back in October only, but following the departure of Jose Mourinho his stock has fallen at the West London club.
The Brazilian has won every major honour with the Blues since his arrival at the club from Benfica in 2010.