Chelsea are reportedly planning a major overhaul this summer as they ready to sell eight players.
The Blues boss identified eight players that will heading to exit at Stamford Bridge with including Kepa Arrizabalaga who recently lost his starting place to Willy Caballero.
The Spanish goalkeeper has been failed to impress this season and is among those summer clear-out as Frank Lampard want to move on so he can bring in his own reinforcements.
However, According to The Sun Midfield pair Jorginho and Ross Barkley alongside left-back Marcos Alonso who is wanted by former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte and Emerson who is wanted by Juventus, while Willian, Kurt Zouma and former Barcelona star Pedro will be assessed between now and the end of the campaign.
This decision come after Blues boss Frank Lampard watched his side suffered 3-0 defeat at home in Uefa Champions League last-16 first-leg against German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, while they alsosit fourth in the Premier League.
The heavy loss merely emphasised what Frank Lampard already knew – that the current squad he inherited requires significant surgery in order to return to the top level and challenge for major trophies.
It has been acknowledged that there are risks to implementing such a dramatic turnover of players, but Frank Lampard is in favour of a major cull to accelerate the squad’s development.
Chelsea are already secured the signature of Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech with £37million deal and he join this summer to add more creativity to the attack.
The Blues still want four more major signing with left-back Ben Chilwell of Leicester and Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak topping their list of priorities