Cape Town - Chelsea striker Loic Remy could force through an exit from Stamford Bridge with fears over his lack of game time at the league champions.
According to The Mirror, Swansea City are willing to offer Loic Remy a way out of Chelsea.
Swansea City, as well as Southampton, are monitoring Remy's situation with a view to make an offer for the talented French striker.
Remy started only six league outings for Jose Mourinho's side this season but still managed to contribute with several key goals as the London club wrestled the title from Manchester City.
Remy's place in the Chelsea squad may be taken by Radamel Falcao with reports linking the Colombian with a loan move.
Falcao shares an agent with Jose Mourinho and could be in line for a shock move back to the Premier League as backup for Diego Costa.
A potential stumbling block for any Chelsea move could be the player's staggering wage demands.