Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri did not have much time to bring in new recruits when he was appointed as Antonio Conte’s successor in the summer.
In total, the former Premier League champions brought in four new players, including back-up goalkeeper Robert Green and new number one Kepa Arrizabalaga, who replaced Thibaut Courtois.
The Blues also strengthened the midfield with the arrivals of Jorginho from Napoli and Mateo Kovacic, who has joined on a season-long loan.
At the moment everything is going as planned for Chelsea as they have won all five of their Premier League fixtures, which has sent them to the top of the table.
Depending on where they stand midway through the campaign, the West London outfit may choose to recruit in January.
One high-profile name who could theoretically be looking to move on is Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala, whose first-team place has looked uncertain in these early stages of the season.
Having said that, though, the Argentina international did play the full 90 minutes of Sunday’s 2-1 win over Sassuolo.
Recently, we asked you if Dybala should be the next addition to the Chelsea lineup, and the majority are keen on the idea.