Chelsea have finally sealed a deal for German international Kai Havertz, making the 21-year-old playmaker their club-record signing in a £71m deal.
Havertz put pen to paper on a five-year deal with Frank Lampard 's side and became their fifth first-team signing of the summer, joining Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell and Thiago Silva.
The deal takes Chelsea's outlay to around £200m and the spending is set to continue, with a new goalkeeper and West Ham's Declan Rice targeted.
They have already banked around £50m for the permanent departure of Alvaro Morata and £13.5m for Mario Pasalic's move to Atalanta but the club are expected to make a number of sales to offset their spending and Daily Star Sport takes a look at four players who could soon be on the move now that Havertz has signed.
The left-back has been heavily linked with an exit and the addition of Chilwell looks set to end Emerson's time at Stamford Bridge.
Inter Milan have been mooted as a potential destination and Emerson's agent Fernando Garcia has admitted that the player is likely to leave.
Speaking to FcInter1908, Garcia said: "Is it possible that he will leave Chelsea? Yes, this possibility exists. I have not yet spoken to the club. I can only say that Inter are interested in the player. We will see."
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Jorginho was in and out of the starting XI last season and the addition of Havertz only strengthens Lampard's options in midfield.
N'Golo Kante and Billy Gilmour are competing with Jorginho for the holding midfield role and the Italian could be left in the cold.
His agent Joao Santos has previously claimed Jorginho will leave if he is not given regular game time, telling Tuttomercatoweb : "He has a three-year deal with Chelsea. The market is long, it will last until October 5.
"If Chelsea were to think that he is no longer part of the project, I would find an alternative option. Last year, he played 40 games for Chelsea and is an important member of the national team.
"So far, we haven’t received any official offers. He is followed by many clubs and there aren’t many players with his characteristics in that role."
Rennes and Everton have been linked with loan moves for Tomori, who did not make a single Premier League appearance since February.
Following the addition of Silva, Tomori will fall further down the pecking order and a loan move to gain further experience beckons.
Bakayoko is nearing a permanent switch to AC Milan, with Gianluca Dimarzio reporting that the deal will be completed soon after he spending the past two seasons out on loan.
Bakayoko struggled after a £40m switch from Monaco in 2017 and Chelsea have been looking to get rid of him after the end of a dissapointing debut campaign