Chelsea will only sell Baba Rahman this summer amid PAOK loan interest.
Chelsea only want to sell Baba Rahman this summer as PAOK have tried to sign the Ghanaian on loan for a second consecutive season, according to reports.
The full-back has had a succession of loans and has never found his feet at Stamford Bridge.
According to Nizaar kinsella, PAOK tried to loan out Rahman, but Chelsea only want to sell the player because he is in the last year of his contract.
The Ghanaian signed for the Augsburg Bundesliga Blues for £ 23.4million, and was primarily used as a team player in his debut Premier League season in his debut season in blue.
However, Rahman never had much luck in other seasons and spent several spells away from Stamford Bridge.
The defender played for Chelsea in the pre-season against Bournemouth and registered an assist, allowing Armando Broja to finish.
However, it seems that was not enough and he will be allowed to leave Chelsea this window.
The Blues want to sell Rahman rather than send him on another loan as he is out of contract next summer and could therefore leave for free after his current contract expires.
PAOK appear to be the only side interested in Rahman at the moment following a loan spell in Greece last season.
Chelsea will try to generate interest in the Ghanaian before the window ends in order to receive a fee for the transfer.