Representatives of Chelsea striker Armando Broja have told the club that their client will push to leave Stamford Bridge if he is not included in the pre-season tour.
Broja was at Southampton on loan last season and scored nine goals during his time with Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side.
Newcastle United, Everton, Southampton and West Ham are all queuing up the 20-year-old’s signature.
Chelsea are considering a £30 million offer for Broja, while West Ham have also opened talks with the Blues.
Albanian TV report that Broja’s entourage has made it clear to Chelsea that the striker would want to leave Stamford Bridge again if Thomas Tuchel makes it clear that he is not part of his plans for the upcoming campaign.
Broja is due to hold talks with Tuchel and co-owner Todd Boehly when he begins pre-season training.
Chelsea’s pre-season tour begins with a training camp in Los Angeles, United States, while their first fixture is against Club America in Las Vegas on July 16.