Chelsea are willing to part ways with Conor Gallagher for the right price

Chelsea are willing to part ways with Conor Gallagher for the right price

Chelsea are reportedly open to selling Conor Gallagher during the current transfer window, but only if interested parties meet their valuation.

The 23-year-old midfielder featured in 35 Premier League games for Chelsea last season, scoring three goals, but struggled to secure a regular starting position under the club's various managers.

As the Mauricio Pochettino era begins, Chelsea have seen several central midfielders leave, including Mason Mount, N'Golo Kante, and Mateo Kovacic. Ruben Loftus-Cheek also departed for AC Milan in search of more playing time.

Chelsea have shown interest in Brighton's Moises Caicedo, but sources confirm they would consider letting Gallagher go if an acceptable offer comes in.

West Ham United have inquired about Gallagher's potential price, but reports of a formal £40m offer are unfounded.

Chelsea would be willing to sell Gallagher for around £50m. However, Pochettino is open to the player staying and fighting for his place.

Gallagher, on the other hand, is concerned about his long-term prospects at the club and is willing to explore a move elsewhere.

Tottenham and Brighton have also shown interest in Gallagher, but the latter were put off by Chelsea's valuation.

West Ham, with significant funds from the Declan Rice deal, are targeting Gallagher, along with other homegrown talents like Scott McTominay and James Ward-Prowse.

As the transfer window progresses, the situation remains fluid, and Gallagher's future at Chelsea is uncertain.