Schurrle could be axed in the New Year.
Jose Mourinho is ready to sell Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle in the January transfer window after the poor form of the German so far this season, according to the Sun.
Mourinho is looking to further strengthen his squad in the New Year and is willing to sanction the sale of Schurrle in order to bring in players in his own mould.
Although the 2014 World Cup winner arrived at the same time as the manager last summer the agreement to sign him had actually been completed before the return of the 51-year-old.
Since then Schurrle has been limited to mainly substitute appearances under Mourinho and despite his heroics in Brazil for national team Germany, has arrived back at Stamford Bridge in 2014/15 in poor form.
The 24-year-old was heavily criticised for missing 12 chances during the Capital One Cup victory over Bolton Wanderers in September and didn’t even make the squad for the Premier League clash with Liverpool at the weekend.
Since signing for the Blues from Bayer Leverkusen for £17m in 2013, Schurrle has played 55 times for the West London outfit in all competitions and has scored 11 goals.
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