Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso is considering handing a transfer request to Chelsea to make his move back to Spain fruitful.
The player, who has spent 9 years with the Blues and has won six trophies, wants to leave the on a good note having achieved a lot together.
Barcelona is considered the destination of the Spanish international, who according to reports, wants to live close to his family after 12 years away from Spain. The Trumpet Gathered
With a stint in Bolton, Fiorentina, Sunderland and Chelsea to elapse a 12-year-spell outside Spain, Xavi Hernandez needs a player who can compete with Jordi Alba in the left-back position.
According to reports from a Spanish media outlet, the 31-year-old needs to leave Chelsea despite having a year left on his contract but the refusal of the club that has already lost two of their centre-backs to Spanish topflight clubs has given room for a rethink.
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Alonso’s agent has met with the club’s management to fashion out a way to enable the Spanish international, who has 9 caps for Spain’s national team, to become fruitful.
However, the body language of Chelsea has revealed that they do not want to lose the left-back this season and would prefer he finishes the last lapse of his contract at Stamford Bridge.
Should this mellow drama continues, the player, who has provided 21 assists and netted 26 times in 178 Premier League games, would have no further option than to hand in a transfer request to the club to force his move back to Spain.