Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will be thankful to his top bosses at Stamford Bridge after they overthrew their standard of not awarding long-term contracts to players over the age of 30, for David Luiz - and rightly so.
Former Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho is on the radar of Chelsea this summer and the Blues are very keen to make him their number one target if Eden Hazard leaves for Real Madrid.
Chelsea new signing Christian Pulisic has scored yet another goal this season for his current club Borussia Dortmund to mark a successful end to a career in the German Bundesliga.
Chelsea's loan army is large enough to build two teams but the quality demanded at Stamford Bridge is always the hindrance to a constant progression at the club.
Chelsea made the Europa League final after beating Eintracht Frankfurt via penalty shootout at Stamford Bridge on Thursday and Kepa Arrizabalaga produced some fine saves to ensure that.
Chelsea playmaker in-chief and forward Eden Hazard is still keeping the club in the dark about where he will play his football next season after remaining coy over his future following Chelsea's penalty shootout win over Eintracht Frankfurt.
Chelsea must be on the look-out for extraordinary talent immediately, despite FIFA upholding the ban on the team that prevents them from signing players to their senior team.
Eden Hazard's future has been up in the air with the forward expressing interest in joining Real Madrid next summer, but Willian maintains his colleague is almost certain to stay.
Chelsea have been told by the governing body of football, FIFA, that they will not be allowed to make transfers next summer but there's a way the Blues can still get in their targets in the next few months.
Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi is reportedly on his way back from injury faster than it was initially anticipated.
Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri is satisfied with his performance in his maiden season at Chelsea after making the Premier League top four and the Europa League semi-final.
Having qualified for the UEFA Champions League after beating Watford last Sunday, it's almost safe to say the Blues have fulfilled one top objective for the season.
Chelsea have qualified for the UEFA Champions League next season after their victory over Watford, combined with the failures of Arsenal and Manchester United on the same weekend, secured their place in the Premier League top four.
Chelsea's January signing Christian Pulisic scored a remarkable goal against Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga last weekend that reminded everyone he can actually do a job in replacing Eden Hazard...
Chelsea are in limbo about what will happen with their transfers next summer, after FIFA imposed a ban on registering new players, but they will have the option to recall some of the players they have on loan to beef up their squad.
Having qualified for the Champions League next season, following a combination of favoring results last weekend, Chelsea must now set sights on winning the Europa League.
Maurizio Sarri was slow to integrate his youthful players this season but when he did, the results have been staggeringly positive and the same mentality must be taken into next season, right from the start.
Chelsea could be without N'Golo Kante in the Europa League match against Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday after the France international picked up what seemed a hamstring injury in the win over Brighton and Hove Albion.
Eden Hazard is reportedly on his way out of Chelsea to Real Madrid next summer and the real effect of his departure is yet to hit the London club.
It's not every day a club spends £71.6m for an outfield player, let alone for a goalkeeper, but when Chelsea did so for Kepa Arrizabalaga, the expectations where that he would come in a save them in crucial times - and he has certainly done so.