French striker Loic Remy is almost certain to leave Chelsea at the end of the current season, Le 10 Sport understands.
The 29-year-old never quite managed to prove his worth at Stamford Bridge and he was heavily linked with a January exit.
However, while he rejected a lucrative offer from China in the winter, he now seems prepared to move to Asia.
Remy was offered a four-year deal worth €7 million per campaign, but he demanded €9 million, which ultimately prevented the deal from being made.
Nevertheless, another Chinese club appear ready to match his wage demands, meaning that a summer move to China is a realistic possibility.
Loic Remy enjoyed successful spells with QPR and Newcastle United, and he had a good start to the stint at Stamford Bridge, scoring 7 goals in just 6 starts in the 2014/2015 campaign.
However, he could only manage one goal in 13 Premier League outings this season and he is likely to be offloaded by new manager Antonio Conte.