It is set to be another busy summer of business for the west Londoners.
The return of Jose Mourinho as manager at Chelsea has reinvigorated the side and they are in with a chance of winning both the Premier League and Champions League this season.
Despite that the 51-year-old is clearly not happy with everything in his squad currently and as usual at Stamford Bridge, this summer could be another busy one in the transfer market.
There are expected to be a number of departures and some very high profile arrivals, all funded as always by Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich.
Here is how the Blues squad is likely to look in 2014/15.
Staying: Petr Cech, Thibaut Courtois, Jamal Blackman.
Going: Mark Schwarzer, Hilario.
Coming in: None.
The No.1 position in west London could be a very interesting battle next term, as Courtois completes a third successive year on-loan with Atletico Madrid and returns to the English capital.
The 21-year-old is regarded as one of the best ‘keepers in the world despite still being so young and therefore the club cannot afford to lose him.
However, Mourinho is a huge admirer of Cech and may try and pit the two against each other to prove who should have the jersey on a permanent basis.
Veterans Schwarzer and Hilario are unlikely to be given new deals, whilst Blackman will continue as the third choice.