Loic Remy has left Chelsea – joining Las Palmas on a two-year deal.
The move has been announced by the La Liga outfit, with the France international having completed a medical in London on Thursday.
Remy’s switch can still go through despite the British transfer window closing at 11pm last night because the Spanish window does not shut until later this evening.
The striker is due to arrive in Spain at around 9.30pm tonight and will be presented to the Spanish media on Saturday morning.
Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata has indicated that Chelsea’s Spanish contingent have played a key role in his impressive start to life in a blue shirt.
Having signed from Real Madrid for a club-record fee back in July, Morata has netted two goals in his first three Premier League games for the club.
Despite his positive start to life in west London, fans can expect more from their new striker as he admitted he has still not adapted to life in the Premier League.
Morata, speaking to El Pais, said: “I am happy, but it is a new club and a new culture.
“I have two goals and two assists in two games.
“Everything starts to go on wheels and I’m still not adapted to the game.
“I do not know my colleagues, well except the Spaniards.”