As we attempt to keep up to date with the latest transfer news, there is also the ongoing saga of the crazy managerial merry-go-round of the last few weeks.
The memories of Chelsea winning the Champions League final are still fresh in our minds as it comes up to two weeks since the triumph.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich seemingly means business again this summer, with the transfer window just opening yesterday.
I am struggling to keep up right now, I'm not sure about you lot?
If, and this is a very big if, but if Chelsea manage to pull off the signing of Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan this summer, he is not coming in to replace Reece James.
The news is coming in thick and fast today on the opening day of the new transfer window this summer.
Another name into the hat of potential Chelsea transfer targets this summer Blues?
Chelsea are the talk of the town right now, and things are heating up a lot as the transfer window opens.
Chelsea are expected to be in for a very busy summer as the transfer window officially opens today.
There has been some reported developments on one of Chelsea's alleged transfer targets over night and first thing this morning.
Earlier on we reported on a story linking Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek with a move to join Maurizio Sarri at Lazio, once his expected move there as manager is confirmed.
We are getting a feeling that this summer may see the repeat of another transfer rumour last summer that was quite frankly just annoying.
We thought we had finished with 'The Daily Haaland' when it was pretty much ruled out that he would move this summer.
Anthony Barry is a Champions League winning coach, that there is a fact.
As always, leaked images of Chelsea's third kit for next season are being leaked online.
The Euros kick off this Friday, and we have many Chelsea players to keep a close eye on.
The man has yet to even be announced as the official manager of Lazio yet, but he has generated his first transfer rumour already.
Chelsea lifted the Champions League trophy last Saturday night and yes, we will keep reminding the world of this fact.
Mason Mount lifted his first trophy in senior football just last weekend, and it just so happened to be the greatest honour you can win in domestic football, the Champions League.
Chelsea often like to operate their transfer business behind closed doors and if they can, keep things from leaking.