Chelsea outcast Victor Moses is set to join Spartak Moscow on loan, but he is not the only player you will be surprised to hear still technically plies their trade at Stamford Bridge.
It will undoubtedly come as a surprise to many that the ex-Nigeria international is actually still on Chelsea’s books.
Daily Star Sport drew up a list of 12 other forgotten men in west London.
The 23-year-old midfielder, who is a product of Chelsea’s academy, has been loaned out to seven different clubs in the last five years, with Sheffield Wednesday the latest this season.
Another Blues academy star, Chalobah finds himself on loan at French outfit Lorient this term.
The towering goalkeeper has been sent out on loan to Championship side Rotherham in the 2020/21 campaign.
Not many names on the list will surprise you more than Rio Ave loanee Piazon, who is still a Chelsea player despite making three appearances for the club since 2012.
The Brazilian winger has been sent out on loan to Granda this season, having not played for the Blues since the 2017/18 campaign.
Several Chelsea fans were desperate to see Ampadu become a member of Frank Lampard’s squad this season after a spell at RB Leipzig, but the 20-year-old has been loaned out to Sheffield United instead.
After failing to impress last term, the misfiring striker has returned to Crystal Palace on loan this term.
The 25-year-old midfielder is somewhat of a loan specialist, with his latest move to Trabzonspor his eighth temporary switch in six years.
Yes, the Italian right-back is still technically a Chelsea player. But after a disappointing first two years at Stamford Bridge he was loaned out to Roma last season and Genoa this term.
Not many diehard Chelsea fans will know Miazga, who joined the club from New York Red Bulls in 2015, but he remains a member of the club and is currently plying his trade on loan at Anderlecht.
The £35million flop recently sealed a loan move to Napoli after being deemed surplus to requirements once again this season.
Marco van Ginkel
Saving the most unbelievable until last, Van Ginkel defines the term forgotten man. After being signed by Jose Mourinho in 2013, the Dutch midfielder has just been sent on loan to PSV for the fourth time in five years and has made just four appearances for the Blues.