Didier Drogba is set to demand a move from Chelsea, according to reports in France.
The Ivory Coast star has become unsettled in West London following the departure of manager Jose Mourinho.
Last season's top-scorer in England has found Mourinho's departure hard to take, and now with Milan and Real Madrid circling, Drogba has admitted he cannot take life with Chelsea anymore.
"I want to leave Chelsea," he has told France Football - which will publish the full interview on Friday.
"Nothing can stop me from leaving now. Something is broken with Chelsea.
"The damage in the dressing room is big because we know now what happened and who caused Mourinho's departure."
Drogba insisted that no matter who Chelsea might sign next summer - he did not want to play for The Blues beyond this season
"I know that Ronaldinho and Kaka are linked to come next season but even that won't change my mind," he continued.
Rumours of Drogba's unrest have been circulating ever since Mourinho's departure and his latest outburst would only seem to confirm that he does not have a long-term future at the club.
But despite the Ivory Coast international's apparent unrest, Chelsea insist that they expect him to stay at Stamford Bridge for the remainder of his current deal.
A statement issued by the club on their official website read: "Didier Drogba signed a new four-year contract last year.
"As a top professional we are sure Didier is committed to Chelsea and intends to honour that contract."