After spending a year getting his feet under the table, Jose Mourinho will presumably be looking to cast this Chelsea side more in his own image over the summer.
The Blues have the legacy on their books of seven years' worth of managerial chopping and changing. It takes the form of a load of players, some bought and some developed, who are unlikely to have a future under Mourinho.
Most obvious among them is probably Victor Moses, who is presently on-loan at Liverpool and surely seeking a permanent move away from his parent club.
Demba Ba has made no secret of his desire to be elsewhere, as reported by The Mirror, and Ramires is already being linked with a move to Italy or Spain, per John Cross of The Mirror.
The reason for Oriol Romeu's existence at Chelsea has largely been erased by the presence of Marco Van Ginkel in the squad.
Josh McEachran, Gael Kakuta and Ryan Bertrand all once looked like breaking-through but none of them are now expected to have a hope.
And then there is the player whose likely departure will be most controversial of all—Romelu Lukaku.
Sell that lot, and Chelsea could bring in between £60 million and £100 million to bolster their war chest.
Add to that list David Luiz, reportedly a target for Barcelona, according to Owen Gibson of The Guardian, and the total could be 50 percent higher.