Chelsea is coming off a Premier League title, and they are looking to defend it as the transfer window approaches.
A wrench may be thrown in their plans for next season though, as striker Loic Remy is being eyed by Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is reported to be interested in luring Remy away from Stamford Bridge.
The 28-year-old striker scored seven goals for the Blues in just six starts. The 2014-15 season marked his first season with Chelsea after leaving QPR.
The French international starred for Newcastle United when he played for them on a loan deal, as he scored 14 goals despite making only 24 starts.
Remy would give Crystal Palace a dangerous scoring attack, especially if they are somehow able to hang onto midfielder Yannick Bolasie.
The French striker ranked third in goals scored for the Blues behind forward Diego Costa and midfielder Eden Hazard, who respectively made 20 and 14 goals.