Chelsea are believed to be ready to let Petr Cech, Filipe Luis, and Marco van Ginkel leave in the summer in order to raise funds for their own transfers, Express reports.
Having been knocked out of the Champions League, Jose Mourinho is said to be preparing to add some new players into his squad.
Cech, who lost his first team role to Thibaut Courtois, has been linked with moves to Premier League rivals Arsenal and Liverpool.
In addition to the former number-one, summer signing Luis is also expected to leave after failing to overtake Cesar Azpilicueta at left back.
The Brazilian is already being tracked by Atletico Madrid, who are believed to be open to re-signing their former defender should the Blues decide to sell.
Lastly, Van Ginkel, who is currently on loan at AC Milan, has found it very difficult to retain any sort of role both at Stamford Bridge and with the Serie A giants.
The Dutch midfielder is linked with a permanent move to the San Siro, but with Milan still unsure over the potential deal, he could be sold elsewhere upon his Chelsea return.