Gallas and Kezman on way out of Chelsea

William Gallas and Mataja Kezman could be o their way in the summer.

Gallas has demanded clear the air talks with Jose Mourinho and Kezman has made his views at the lack of opportunities up front known.

Gallas, who is playing through the pain barrier with an injured back is frustrated at being played out of his preferred position of centre-half.

Currently deputising for the injured Wayne Bridge, Gallas has told French newspapers that he is being courted by Barcelona.

Barca see Gallas as a centre-half and if a deal could be brokered, the Frenchman could be playing in the Nou Camp next season.

Kezman is suffering from first season blues.
He has failed to grab a regular spot up front, despite Chelsea using Eidur Gudjohnsen for the later part of the season in midfield.

With Adrian Mutu sacked, Kezman feels uneasy at his lack of chances
"I want to play more," blasted the Serbian.

"If it is not happening and I think the same thing is going to happen next season, then I'm going to go and see the Big Man (Roman Abramovich)."