Chelsea Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of May 12
The 2013-14 season is done and dusted and Chelsea failed to pick up a single piece of silverware.
Jose Mourinho has told Sky Sports that if he makes the right deals in the transfer window, the Blues will challenge for the Premier League crown next season.
Click through for the latest deals rumoured to be done at Stamford Bridge.
John Stones in Before World Cup
According to the team at The Mirror, Chelsea want to secure the signature of Everton's John Stones before the World Cup begins. The 19-year-old is also being courted by Manchester United and Arsenal, but the Blues believe that a bid of £12 million should seal the deal for them.
David Luiz to Bayern Munich for £15 Million and Mario Mandzukic
Martin Lipton at The Mirror reckons that Chelsea would rather sell David Luiz to Bayern Munich than Barcelona. A deal which could see a substantial wad of cash and a striker come to Stamford Bridge is the soundest argument to see the future captain leave.
Romelu Lukaku to Atletico Madrid as Part of Costa Deal
Roberto Firmino in from Hoffenheim
Daniel Harris at The Guardian has reported that Chelsea don't have enough attacking midfielders and would like to spend £15 million on Roberto Firmino from Hoffenheim.
John Terry Signs Contract Extension; Frank Lampard Close to Deal
Diego Costa Deal to Be Done Before World Cup
Dominic Fifield at The Guardian has reported on Chelsea's rumoured activation of Costa's £32 million release clause.
The striker still has the Champions League final to look forward to, but the Blues are hoping to get a contract signed between then and the opening game of the World Cup.
Jose Callejon to Reunite with Jose Mourinho?
David Luiz Set to Depart
Nick Lustig at the Daily Star has reported that David Luiz will make a £32 million move to Barcelona this summer to free up funds for Chelsea to buy a striker.
Luiz would be greatly missed by the Stamford Bridge faithful if this rumour is confirmed after the World Cup.
Fernando Torres Is in Mourinho's Plans for Next Season
What those plans are and whether it will work out remains to be seen, but it looks as though the Spaniard will see out the remaining two years of his contract.