Edinson Cavani, Krzysztof Piatek and the transfers Chelsea could seal before deadline day

We are into the final week of the January transfer window and Chelsea fans have been left a bit perplexed that the Blues are yet to make any deals happen.

The Blues fought hard to have their transfer ban overturned so that they could bring in new players during this month.

However, as it stands the club are yet to bolster the squad numbers with just a few days left to go.

Frank Lampard stated that he wants an attacking player to help convert their chances into goals after being lacklustre in the final third.

But what is the state of play going into the final few days? football.london takes a look right here.

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Outgoings

We’ll start with the players who might be leaving this month, and the only place to begin is with Olivier Giroud.

The French World Cup winner has been constantly linked with a move away all season, with Lampard not looking to the 33-year-old during matches.

Giroud has started just two Premier League matches in only five appearances this season, with another showing off the bench in the Champions League.

His contract runs out in the summer, but with the Euros around the corner, Giroud wants to move on and get playing time under his belt.

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The issue has been where he might leave, and Inter Milan remains the front-runner to take him during this week.

Another problem is the injury to Tammy Abraham, and with the full extent not yet revealed, it could scupper Giroud’s plans.

But if there is to be one outgoing this week then it is likely to be Giroud.

The other question mark over the coming days is Pedro, who started in the FA Cup win over Hull City on Saturday evening.

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Pedro did not have a good game and the 32-year-old has slipped down the pecking order under Lampard, who would prefer to look to youth.

Like Giroud, Pedro’s contract runs out this…