Every passing day brings Chelsea one step closer to the January transfer window, giving Thomas Tuchel the chance to add a player or two as the club not only look to keep hold of the Champions League but also win the Premier league for the first time since the 2016/17 season.
While Tuchel has a large squad to work with, any bargains or players too good to pass up must be signed.
However, there is bound to be one or two players leaving in the next window or in the summer when their contract runs out.
With that in mind, football.london has taken a look at some of the latest rumours out there.
After a very impressive Euro 2020 showing over the summer, many expected Isak to earn a big-money move from Spanish side Real Sociedad.
Instead, the Swedish striker stayed put and has grabbed three goals in his last three games to help his side lead the league.
The 22-year-old has said he would like to ply his trade in the Premier League one day and told The Independent : “I’m in a good place at the moment, I’m very happy, but one day it would be nice to play in England as well.”
Coman has been linked with a move away from German giants Bayern Munich before so it’s no surprise to see the same thing happen here.
According to Shoot.co.uk via German publication BILD, Coman’s agents are pondering whether to let the attacker run his contract down and move for free next summer.
Should Bayern catch wind of this plan, they could be tempted to sell him in January in an attempt to recover a fee for the Frenchman.
Though the Blues are not short of options in the final third, the up and down form of Hakim Ziyech and recent injuries to strikers, a move for Coman could be a shrewd piece of business and allow Thomas Tuchel even more world-class talent to pick from.
Unfortunately, on the day that one Cobham graduate commits to the club long-term, another announces his departure.
Musonda has battled back from injuries that have prevented him from playing for the club for two years.
Now back in training, the 25-year-old has decided to leave the club at the end of the season in a bid to get his career back on track with a new side.
“Free agent, June 2022,” he posted. “Enjoying the final ride, while training and slowly getting ready for what lies ahead, with continued faith and optimism.”