Chelsea are set for a ‘summer shake-up’ at the end of the season with an ‘upwards of £150 million’ to spend on new players, plus cash from further player sales expected to come in.
This is according to the reliable Matt Law of The Telegraph, whom believes we will see quite a bit of activity at Stamford Bridge this summer.
Law claims that there are a number of potential outgoings being weighed up at the club, and some of those could draw a fee.
Both Pedro and Olivier Giroud will leave as free agents at the end of their contracts. Whilst Willian is still yet to sign a new deal at the club and could do the same.
Marcos Alonso is one of those who will draw a fee, and Law believes he wants to return to Spain in the summer.
Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga’s future is also in doubt and he mentions him as being one that could leave.