There was a flurry of transfer activity at Chelsea last week, with two players leaving and one returning.
Ryan Bertrand joined Aston Villa on loan, per the club's official website. Meanwhile, Kevin De Bruyne joined Wolfsburg for a fee of around £17 million, according Matt Barlow and Adam Shergold at the Daily Mail.
Nemanja Matic made his much-anticipated return to Stamford Bridge, also per the club's official website, after leaving three years ago as a makeweight for David Luiz.
Those deals should see the team's business in this window all but concluded. However, there are still a few names being linked with moves.
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Mohamed Salah is a Chelsea player. The 'Egyptian Messi' joined the Blues for £11 million, according to the Express. See his first interview by following the link here.
While there is still no official word from either club, Sky Sports are reporting that a deal to bring Juan Mata to Manchester United will be completed today.
22-year-old goalkeeper Sam Walker has made his loan move at Colchester permanent, per chelseafc.com. Walker played a key party in Chelsea's 2010 FA Youth Cup win but had been overtaken by Jamal Blackman and Thibaut Courtois.
The Daily Star's Gary Jones has revealed that 18-year-old Scottish striker Islam Feruz has signed a new long-term contract at Stamford Bridge, keeping him at the club until 2018.
Darren Lewis and Martin Lipton at The Mirror have reported that Manchester United are preparing a bid in the region of £37 million for Juan Mata. However, the key part of the story is this quote from the penultimate paragraph: "sources close to the player have insisted he is not minded to quit Chelsea and will not push for a move."
Atletico Madrid are increasing their efforts to hang on to Thibaut Courtois, their highly rated goalkeeper who is on loan from Chelsea.
Citing sources in Spain, Jack Wilson of the Daily Star reports the Blues are considering making that loan move permanent in order to bring striker Diego Costa to London.