Chelsea are now working hard on getting a few players out the door in order to balance the books and make some space in their big squad after adding Romelu Lukaku this week.
The former Blues striker re-joins the club, 10 years after he first signed.
There is some talk that Chelsea may look to bring one or two more players in before the window closes, but first they must offload a few.
And there are a few strikers close to leaving the club right now, according to the reliable Fabrizio Romano.
Tammy Abraham looks set to join Roma, with the deal ‘confirmed’ and the paperwork will be signed today.
Whilst Ike Ugbo to Genk, and Michy Batshuayi to Besiktas, are both in the final stages.
The Blues are doing well in sales so far this summer and are getting some good money in to help subsidise the spending.