Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy has been given permission to leave the club during the upcoming summer transfer window, according to the Sunday Mirror.
The Blues are reportedly willing to entertain offers for the Senegal international as they look to trim their squad after the current campaign.
Mendy has not played for Chelsea since November after undergoing surgery to fix a fractured finger at the start of January, but is said to be nearing full fitness.
Mendy, who turned 31 earlier this month, still has two years left on his current contract with the club. However, he turned down Chelsea’s offer of a new deal earlier in the season.
It remains to be seen which clubs may be interested in acquiring the goalkeeper’s services, but his availability could make him an attractive prospect for sides looking to strengthen their defensive ranks.
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