- The winger is unhappy in Germany and is expected to leave the club.
- Barcelona, Liverpool, Man United and Real Madrid have all shown interest.
- Man City have also asked to be informed.
- Chelsea are still in uncertainty over the transfer ban.
The 19-year-old who is all but certain to leave Germany at the end of the season has been reported to be on Chelsea's wishlist for the first transfer window when they can register new players. According to the Telegraph, the Blues can even make an approach in January if the transfer ban is lifted.
As per the new report, Chelsea do not feature among the clubs who have expressed their interest in the winger. Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester United and Real Madrid have been the most interested parties, while Manchester City have 'asked to be informed'.
Chelsea are yet to learn whether they will be able to make new signings in January. The Court of Arbitration for Sport have held their final hearing on the case, and the Blues can expect to hear a verdict within three weeks, in the first half of December.
The England international joined Borussia in a €7.84m deal from Man City's academy in 2017. He's gone to score 19 and set up 32 goals in 72 appearances since then. This season, the winger has added 5 goals and 9 assists 17 outings across all competitions to his BVB record.