Even though Jose Mourinho has recently claimed that the club's transfer dealings have been concluded, the Portuguese coach could end up with a six-pack of summer signings as Chelsea are reportedly considering a move for Edinson Cavani despite already agreeing deals for Didier Drogba, Diego Costa, Francesc Fabregas and Filipe Luis.
This, after reports this week that indicated the club were also keen on Atletico Madrid defender Joao Miranda.
If Mourinho ties up those prospective recruits then he will have acquired six first-team and elite-level players in what must be an unprecedented summer of spending.
Uruguay striker Cavani has long been linked with a Parc des Princes exit as he is reportedly unsatisfied with having to play second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Paris Saint-Germain told Chelsea that £40 million would be enough to do business, according to ESPN.
Elsewhere, Everton are buoyed by the success of their loan deals last year that they are looking at the Stamford Bridge roster and believe they can recreate the impact Romelu Lukaku had on his temporary deal by bringing in Christian Atsu.
Despite signing for 2015 MLS franchise New York City FC, Frank Lampard will be sent on loan - but surely he wouldn't go to Manchester City, like the Daily Mail report.
In this article, Mourinho breaks down the technical finesse of Costa and Fabregas.