Chelsea are reportedly eyeing January moves for three big name players to help rebuild the squad following the sacking of Jose Mourinho this week, the London Evening Standard reports.
The current Blues squad look low on confidence and are currently perched just one point above the relegation zone in 16th place in the table.
And with Jose Mourinho now out of the picture, the Blues are looking to rebuild their squad with some fresh blood by the time the new year rolls around.
And The Standard reports that they will finally make a move big enough to convince Everton to part with John Stones, having failed on three separate occasions over the summer.
Elsewhere they will look to bring in a talented goalscorer in the shape of Alex Teixeira, who has averaged a goal a game for Shakhtar Donetsk, and round off with Marquinhos, who is being billed as one of the best young defenders in Europe right now.
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