Chelsea are eager to finish off their season by winning the FA Cup, Champions League and finishing third in the Premier League before turning their attentions towards the summer transfer window.
Despite a big few weeks ahead on the pitch, plans are already being made in the boardroom to plan for the upcoming market opening, with the club set to support new boss Thomas Tuchel.
The head coach has been in the role since January and seems to have settled on his ideal starting line-up.
But Tuchel is believed to want a new striker to be signed this summer, having failed to get Timo Werner back to his best.
Mirror Football has all the latest on Chelsea’s hunt for a new centre-forward, as well as an update on a forgotten name at Stamford Bridge.
Aguero ‘strikes Barca deal’
Chelsea’s summer transfer window plans have suffered a blow, with news that Sergio Aguero has agreed a deal to join Barcelona.
The Blues were eager to sign the forward on a free transfer this summer, with the Manchester City icon believed to be eager to stay in England.
However, Spanish outlet SPORT claims Barcelona have struck a n agreement in principle for Aguero to sign this summer.
Inter eye fire sale
Inter Milan may have been crowned Italian champions for the first time in a decade this season, but dire finances mean they could be forced to offload one of their star players, reports suggest.
Lautaro Martinez, valued at over £100m by Inter last summer, could be offloaded this summer for less than £70m, according to 90min.
Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing him, and are watching the situation carefully as he could act as an alternative to Erling Haaland, Aguero and Romelu Lukaku.
Exiled loanee set to return
Tiemoue Bakayoko is facing an uncertain future, as reports claim Napoli have no interest in signing him permanently.
The midfielder has failed to make any impact since joining Chelsea in 2017, and has played just 29 league games for the club in that time.
The £40m man has struggled out on loan at Napoli this year, and Gazetta dello Sport claims they don’t want to pay the £15m it would take to sign him for good.