Stamford Bridge side talents pursued by Barcelona, Real Madrid, PSG and Napoli.
Chelsea are braced for offers for three of their first team regulars as Barcelona, Real Madrid, PSG and Napoli take a keen interest in a number of Blues stars according to the Daily Express.
Jose Mourinho has been linked with numerous potential targets and could well be looking to consider offers for Chelsea players he may not feel a need to keep, that said he is surely not open to listen to bids for Spaniard Juan Mata though this source claims that both Barcelona and Real Madrid are interested in the 25 year old flair player who has been strongly linked with a move away from the West London side in recent weeks.
Both Spanish giants are willing to offer £30m for the World Cup winner, who racked up 19 goals and 35 assists for Chelsea last season. There seems little or no reason why Mourinho would entertain offers for his side’s most effective creative talent.
Mourinho has also been linked with a possible move to cash-in on Brazilian David Luiz, another potential exit that would surprise many of the Stamford Bridge faithful.
New PSG boss Laurent Blanc is thought to see Luiz as a potential central defensive partner for fellow countryman Thiago Silva.
PSG are said to be leading the chase for the former Benfica man, who has become something of a fan favourite since his move to the Premier League two and a half years ago.
Though Luiz has been prone to make glaring defensive mistakes he is still very much one of the top performers in the Chelsea squad and may find himself being more suited to a midfield role, one which he adopted on a few occasions towards the end of last term.
Perhaps less surprising is talk of a possible move to sale Fernando Torres, with former Chelsea interim boss Rafa Benitez said to be considering bringing in the former Liverpool man as a possible replacement for Edinson Cavani, with the Uruguayan goal machine hotly tipped to leave the Serie A side this summer.
Eight goals in 36 Premier League matches last term has left Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich ready to offload the expensive flop but the Russian billionaire will be all too aware that he will struggle to recoup even half the £50m he paid for the player.