Ashley Cole and John Terry believe they could be one of the first out the door in a summer of change at Stamford Bridge, reports the Guardian.
The veterans have yet to receive a contract offer from Chelsea officials and have just over a month to run on their current deals. If they do leave it means they have both played their last games at Stamford Bridge.
Cole looked like a man who had already been told to pack his bags. The 33-year-old, who has served Chelsea for eight-years, was in tears during the team's lap of appreciation against Norwich.
Chelsea have apparently told him that they will take their time before deciding on whether to offer Cole a new contract, but he should not worry about finding a new club should he be released.
Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are all monitoring the situation and should all be ready to pay Cole big money to see out the remainder of his playing days at their club. The MLS is also an option.
However, Cole is keen to stay in London, where he has spent his entire career with Arsenal and the Blues, and would consider retiring instead of moving abroad.
Terry and his representatives have been in talks with Chelsea over a new one-year contract but after tough negotiations, Terry's team are yet to hear back.
The Chelsea captain is now anxious that the club are reconsidering whether they need him at Stamford Bridge next season. Terry used his notes in the programme to thank the fans, hinting at a possible departure.
"I want to say a big thank you for always showing me massive support on and off the field," he wrote. "It was my dream when I arrived at 14 to go on and do what I've done."
Frank Lampard is expected to sign a one-year contract and also take up a coaching role within the squad.