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The Chelsea players who are set to leave for free this summer

There could be an overhaul of players at Chelsea this summer and the Blues will be looking to get the most money out of them as possible.

However, there will also be players who will be exiting Stamford Bridge on a free during the next window with several contracts finishing at the end of the season.

The Blues will be working hard on new deals for some of their players, having given deals to the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James.

But which Chelsea players are set to leave on a free this summer if they do not get a new contract?

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Willy Caballero

The veteran Argentine became a shock starter for the Blues in their 2-2 draw with Leicester City at the weekend, with Kepa Arrizabalaga dropped to the bench.

Frank Lampard has praised the 38-year-old for his professionalism over the course of the season and didn’t blame him for the second goal at the King Power Stadium.

Caballero has been on a rolling one-year contract, which means he will be able to leave again in the summer.

The Blues could go for a younger option as a back-up in the summer and might look at the situations of Ben Foster and Lukasz Fabianski if Watford or West Ham are relegated.

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Willian

The Willian contract remains an ongoing situation with the Brazilian and the club engaged in a stand-off over the length of the deal.

At present, the 31-year-old’s current deal runs out in the summer and there have been reports that the winger could be set to leave on a free to Barcelona.

Lampard does not want that to happen and is hoping that he will put pen to paper on a fresh contract that will keep him at Stamford Bridge.

However, if that is the case then either the player or Chelsea will have to cave, which isn’t looking too promising right now.

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Pedro

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