Who might Chelsea sign during the summer transfer window? Wayne Rooney, Hulk, Xabi Alonso...
A round up of the players linked with a transfer to Stamford Bridge
Following the return of Jose Mourinho, Chelsea fans are now expecting a flood of players to follow him through the entrance at Stamford Bridge as the 'Special One' puts his mark on the team once again.
There's already an abundance of talent in west London, however it's understood there could be a few high profile exits this summer, meaning spaces will need filling.
Here, we round up those rumoured to be on their way to Chelsea during the current transfer window.
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