With one week until transfer deadline day Here Is The City looks at the players from the Premier League's West London clubs who may be looking for a fresh start elsewhere or targets for other clubs.
The Ivorian was hauled off after half an hour against West Brom, and it has been suggested he could be used as a makeweight in any Luka Modric deal.
Another who may be added to the sweetener pot with the ongoing Modric negotiations, Benayoun needs a big season wherever he ends up for the sake of his career after an injury-hit first season at Stamford Bridge.
Nobody knows what Chelsea's striker policy is exactly, but cash-rich PSG could look to ease the dilemma by bringing back an old favourite after enquiries for Man United's Dimitar Berbatov hit the buffers.
A move for Drogba was unthinkable last season, but this year he is clearly second-choice to Torres, and the temperamental forward is unlikely to settle for that for too long. His long-term replacement Romelu Lukaku has already been bought, and Tottenham would be keen to bring him in.
The ex-Southampton right back began his season in Martin Jol's plans but seems to have fallen out of favour. Fulham have had a poor start and may look to bring him back in, but if he doesn't feature in their plans, a newly promoted side like QPR would take him.
Despite featuring at Everton this weekend, Neil Warnock admits he is not in his plans long-term, so if the striker doesn't want to stick around, he has days left to secure a move.
Chelsea fans is Didier Drogba on the slippery slope, can or should he be sold? Fulham or QPR fans are there any other plays you'd like to see the back of?