Chelsea have completed most of their transfer business already, and now attentions turns to who they may let go this summer.
Demba Ba has joined Besiktas, and it looks as though Fernando Torres could soon follow him out of the door. The Telegraph say that both Atletico Madrid and Monaco are keen on him - although only the latter can match his £175,000-per-week wages which puts them in the driving seat.
Torres joined Chelsea for £50 million in 2011 but has never truly found his best form, although he did help the club win the Champions League in 2012. If he does indeed follow Ba out of the door then Chelsea would almost certainly look to add further to their forward ranks.
Recent reports suggest Didier Drogba could arrive as a stop-gap, before they spend big on a new striker next year as they look to even out their spending in order to comply with Financial Fair Play.
Diego Costa has already arrived from Atletico Madrid this summer, but the Spanish international will need back up, and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has previously insisted that Torres would be remaining at Stamford Bridge next season.
Chelsea transfer gossip
Romelu Lukaku could be forced out by the arrival of Didier Drogba back at Stamford Bridge. Everton want the Belgian permanently.
Juventus and Wolfsburg are also interested in the striker, and Chelsea may be open to loaning him out once more (The Telegraph)
Tiago has ended speculation suggesting that he could be on his way back to Chelsea by putting pen to paper on a brand new contract at Atletico Madrid (The Guardian)
Kurt Zouma is unlikely to go out on loan next season after he was handed the number 5 shirt by Chelsea. He is expected to provide back-up to John Terry and Gary Cahill (The Independent)
Chelsea are retaining an interest in Raphael Varane. The French youngster is set to hold talks with Real Madrid shortly (The Independent)
Chelsea could benefit from a huge summer clear-out at Real Madrid this summer - with Sami Khedira on their radar (Daily Mail)
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