Conor Gallagher is expected to be recalled from his loan at Charlton Athletic by Chelsea this week.
The 19-year-old has impressed during his spell with the Addicks, however football.london understands that his time at The Valley is set to come to an end.
However, last season’s Chelsea Academy Player of the Year is not going to be sticking with the Blues for the rest of the campaign.
Gallagher is set to be sent out on another six-month loan to finish the 2019/20 campaign.
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Burnley and Norwich City have been interested in the youngster, however football.london understands that neither club will be taking Gallagher.
The Premier League sides were after permanent deals for Gallagher, or a loan with a view to a permanent deal, something that Chelsea were not willing to do.
Rangers have also been linked with the midfielder, while Championship clubs West Bromwich Albion, Millwall, QPR and Swansea are all interested in him.
The Swans have already taken Chelsea’s academy player Marc Guehi on an 18-month loan deal, while Rhian Brewster is also at the Liberty Stadium on loan from Liverpool.
Lee Bowyer is still keen on trying to keep the youngster, while director of football Steve Gallen told football.london last week: “First thing to say is what a good player. We’re so pleased with how well he has done. Chelsea have been superb in lending him to us.
“It’s a season-long loan and we’ve had different people come in from Chelsea over the past few months and they are very, very pleased with their progress. And so we want to keep him until the end of the season.
“But of course he is a Chelsea player and there is a recall in January so they can call him back. They’ve not indicated to any of us if they plan to do that.”
However, unless Bowyer and…