The Blues are spoilt with the amount of options behind the striker.
The arrival of Anzhi Makhachkala star Willian means Chelsea will now have seven options for just three attacking midfield roles behind the striker.
With such a large number of top-class stars it will be difficult to keep everyone happy and rumours are circulating that at least one will be sold – with Juan Mata the most high profile.
Here’s an analysis of all of the Blues’ options using their 2012/13 statistics.
Kevin De Bruyne
Last season: Werder Bremen; 34 matches, 10 goals, 10 assists.
The Belgian has finally been given the chance at Stamford Bridge, after loan spells with Genk and Bremen and with a Man of the Match performance against Hull City in the club’s first Premier League match, De Bruyne is really seizing the opportunity.
Likeliness to leave: 6/10.
Last season: Chelsea; 62 matches, 13 goals, 24 assists.
Another genius young Belgium international the Blues have at their disposal and arguably the best of the seven attacking midfielders at the club.
Hazard was short-listed for the PFA Player of the Year after an impressive first year in England and even more is expected of the winger this time around
Likeliness to leave: 2/10.
Last season: Chelsea; 64 matches, 19 goals, 34 assists.
Despite having a hugely impressive season in what was a bumper campaign for the Blues last term, for some reason Mata is being linked with a move away from west London.
Along with Hazard, the Spaniard was nominated to be PFA Player of the Year and was instrumental in the club winning the Europa League.
Likeliness of leaving: 6/10.