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Romelu Lukaku and Marco Verratti in with Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas out... Chelsea's possible comings and goings this transfer window


>Chelsea enjoyed a stellar domestic campaign as they won the Premier League
>Blues are looking to strengthen with Romelu Lukaku and Marco Verratti wanted
>Asmir Begovic and John Terry have already left Stamford Bridge

The Premier League title celebrations won't last long for Antonio Conte ahead of what promises to be a busy summer.

With Champions League football on the cards, Chelsea's chief knows he has to strengthen his squad while also limiting who and how many they lose.
Here, Sportsmail runs the rule over Chelsea and takes a look at who could be coming in and out.
Antonio Conte has food for thought as he looks to strengthen Chelsea's squad for next season
Antonio Conte has food for thought as he looks to strengthen Chelsea's squad for next season
 


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WHO COULD GO?
Asmir Begovic was the subject of a £10million bid from Bournemouth. With him wanting first-team football – and his best pal John Terry on his way out – Begovic decided to go. It was swift and quick, and there was no dragged-out transfer saga.
As for Thibaut Courtois, the Chelsea No 1 is again being linked with La Liga's Real Madrid. It's unlikely that Courtois, 25, will go with a new-and-improved contract on the cards instead.
Chelsea need a new goalkeeper after letting their No 2 Asmir Begovic join Bournemouth
Chelsea need a new goalkeeper after letting their No 2 Asmir Begovic join Bournemouth
WHO COULD COME IN?
Chelsea will need a new back-up with Begovic having left and there are a few contenders. Towards the top of their list is Fulham's 25-year-old goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli.
Celtic's Craig Gordon was wanted in January but he signed a new three-and-a-half year deal in March, while Brighton's David Stockdale has also been linked.
Manchester City's Joe Hart will be up for grabs this summer but England's 30-year-old No 1 will not want to play second fiddle if he is to make it to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Joe Hart is available but the Manchester City outcast doesn't want to play second fiddle
Joe Hart is available but the Manchester City outcast doesn't want to play second fiddle
Source: Kieran Gill -Daily Mail UK
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