Chelsea could make £160 million from clearance sales at the end of the current campaign to boost their transfer war chest.
Chelsea is expected to recoup from a tangible amount from the sale of Tiemoue Bakayoko, Emerson Palmieri, Davide Zappacosta, Danny Drinkwater, Michy Batshuayi and Victor Moses.
The enlisted players have been told to listen to offers from other clubs ahead of the coming season and Chelsea is prepared to accept a major hit on the six players just to get them off the bill.
According to report in The Sun, manager Frank Lampard has hinted that AS Monaco has a £35million buy-back clause but it is yet to been seen if the Ligue 1 will exercise the buy-back clause at the end of the season.
Chelsea is keen on bringing in new players ahead of the season having signed Hakim Ziyech and have agreed on a to sign RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.
Moses is plying his trade with Serie A outfit Inter Milan on loan, while Zappacosta is on loan at AS Roma. Chelsea is keen on bringing in fresh legs to the team with the Blues directors monitoring the situation of Kai Havertz, Jadon Sancho and Werner.
Chelsea is also interested in making a move for Manchester United target Sancho the club directors aim to strengthen their offensive options.