It’s set to be a hectic season at Stamford Bridge.
Antonio Conte is now at the helm and to give the former Italy man credit, he guided his side to an opening week victory over West Ham, whom many have tipped to do well this season.
It was a slightly scrappy affair at Stamford Bridge but it’s three points and thanks to Diego Costa’s late winner, they got off to a winning start.
But there were plenty of Blues’ players that weren’t involved in this one and who aren’t expected to be a part of the squad for the whole of the season. These individuals are in a tough situation – do they stay at Stamford Bridge and try to fight it out for place in the first team squad or leave for regular football elsewhere?
Well the players in this gallery should get out as quick as they can. As far as we’re concerned, their time at the Bridge is over.
So with that in mind, here are the THREE Chelsea stars that need to leave the club this summer…
Completely epitomises the “brought in for cover but will never be a big part of the squad” mentality.
To be fair to the Frenchman, on the chances he has been given, he’s done okay. But there’s a reason he’s never a starter and why he doesn’t play in the big games on the big stages.
The former QPR man would be better of cutting his losses and trying to leave the club this summer. There are plenty of good sides that would snap him up on the right deal too.
Probably a move that would work for both parties, Oscar’s Chelsea career has really died off over the past year or so.
He was once an important member of the side, creating chances playing in behind the striker and scoring plenty of goals too. But Conte doesn’t seem to have the Brazilian at the forefront of his mind right now and we’re expecting him to move on this summer.
With the emergence of new star Tammy Abraham, Oscar’s Chelsea career may get even more difficult.
Many, including myself, are surprised that Victor Moses is still at Chelsea after a spell that has seen him rarely feature at the club.
He went out on loan to West Ham last season but is still on the books at Stamford Bridge and looks set to play a part-bit role in the side this season. But when you’ve got the likes of Eden Hazard in the squad, it’s going to be a battle to get in.