There are many rumours circulating about Loic Remy and his position at Chelsea. It’s understood that the striker is unhappy at the lack of game time he’s been given to prove himself and is looking for a possible move away from Stamford Bridge this transfer window.
There are many clubs interested in the Frenchman, the likes of Leicester, Crystal Palace, Swansea and his previous club Newcastle United are in the running to sign Remy but Hiddink has his own thoughts on the players future and seems reluctant to let him go so easily.
“I have seen little of him because he repeatedly fell into injury. I am curious. I hope Remy picks it up. I hope he will deliver if he is needed.”
The Chelsea boss has made himself very clear on the situation and won’t let the striker go, particularly with the injuries that the club are suffering at present.
Diego Costa picked up what is believed to be a knee injury during the London Derby at the weekend and until the extent of the injury is known I’m sure Hiddink will be hesitant to let any strikers go without the necessary cover in that department.