Having looked at the potential business of Manchester United and Arsenal this summer, it is the Stamford Bridge club’s turn to be under the microscope. A major re-building project is under way with the emphasis on youth.
OUT: Didier Drogba (striker)
The Ivorian is not over-the-hill but at 33 his best years are certainly behind him. His ego is such that he needs to be the star and the arrival of Fernando Torres has changed that. If the Spaniard is the future, Chelsea must let Drogba go to allow the introverted Torres the chance to grow into his new club. Tottenham are keen.