Stamford Bridge looks set for a lot of new faces for next season.
Chelsea stalwarts John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba will all be shown the Stamford Brdige exit door this summer.
Owner Roman Abramovich will replace the ageing stars with £150million worth of new blood, signalling the end of an era at Stamford Bridge.
Terry, Lampard and Drogba were the cornerstones on which Chelsea have won almost every trophy on offer in the last 10 years but Abramovich wants a clear out.
He is attributing the mid-season slump as a sign of an ageing squad and wants to lower the wage bill before making new recruits.
They will be replaced by Sergio Aguëro (Atletico Madrid), Wesley Sneijder (Inter Milan), Alexis Sanchez (Udinese) and Javier Mascherano (Barcelona).
The Guardian reports Terry could be on his way to London rivals Tottenham, while Lampard and Drogba could be on their way to Real Madrid.