Chelsea will likely sell Petr Cech and Filipe Luis this summer, whilst Didier Drogba will quit Stamford Bridge when his contract expires at the end of the season.
It’s thought the Blues legend will move to the MLS with a number of clubs interested in his services.
Cech meanwhile could be set to join London rivals Arsenal, though The Guardian adds that Jose Mourinho remains reluctant to strengthen a rival and would prefer to either keep the 32-year-old or sell him to a foreign club.
However, it’s a decision that Chelsea will make conjunction with the player, so a move to the Emirates could still be on the cards if Cech puts his foot down.
For Luis it signals an end to his Premier League career just a season after moving to west London, with the Brazilian having failed to compete against Cesar Azpilicueta for the left-back role and has had to be content with a minor, bit-part role.
The London Evening Standard declared just last month that Atletico Madrid had begun talks with the Blues over re-signing a player they sold for £16 million in 2014.
With three potential outgoings, The Guardian say Mourinho has put together an extensive list of targets to both cushion the blow of their exits but also improve his squad.