CHELSEA midfielder Mario Pasalic is reportedly being eyed up by clubs across Europe.
The Croatia international has spent three years on the Blues’ books since moving to Stamford Bridge from Hajduk Split.
But he’s so far failed to make a first-team appearance for them and has been out on loan to Elche, Monaco and AC Milan.
Pasalic would face a battle to force his way into Antonio Conte’s plans next term, with an array of top talent ahead of him in the midfield pecking order.
And reports indicate the 22-year-old is poised to leave Chelsea on a permanent basis this summer.
According to Transfer Market Web, Galatasaray are leading the race to secure Pasalic’s services.
The same website reckon Bundesliga duo Wolfsburg and Stuttgart have now entered the fray.
Transfer Market Web claim that trio are joined by Lazio and Red Bull Salzburg in wanting Pasalic.
Despite his lack of game time in west London, Chelsea are apparently set to turn a profit on the former GOSK Kastel Gomilica youngster.
Pasalic cost about £3m when he came to England in July 2014.
And Transfer Market Web suggest Chelsea are now likely to demand around £6.6m (€7.5m) for him.