Former Nigerian international Victor Moses has been told by Maurizio Sarri he is free to leave Chelsea.
The 27-year-old has only played 26 minutes of Premier League action this season and the Italian had made it clear he is not part of his plans.
According to Italian media out Calciomercato, his boyhood club, Crystal Palace have made an offer to the winger for a return to Selhurst Park.
The ex-Wigan player was fully part of Antonio Conte's plans as the former manager led Chelsea to a Premier League title and the FA Cup during his two-year spell in the January transfer window.
According to Goal, Moses had grown tired with life under the new manager and wants to leave in the New Year in search of first-team football.
He was left out of the second string side that defeated Derby County in the Carabao Cup in midweek making the situation clear his days are numbered at Stamford Bridge.
And a return to Palace eight years after could see Moses begin life with the London club under Roy Hodgson.