All of Chelsea’s 25 first-team players’ summer transfer fates revealed – Keep, sell or loan

Chelsea did not sign any players in January, which will mean that they should have plenty of funds available to bring in new signings in the summer.

However, Frank Lampard will also be looking to trim his squad and get rid of some of the players who he did not think could add to his style next season.

The Blues have 25 first team players right now, and some will be heading out the door in the summer either on a free or sold by the club.

So who will be heading out the door and who will be sticking around for next season?

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Kepa Arrizabalaga

It’s not been the best of season’s for the world’s most expensive goalkeeper, but the Blues have to keep faith in him. Whether it’s a training issue or not, Kepa has the ability and he now has to prove he can be the player Chelsea need. KEEP

Willy Caballero

Even though he became the number one goalkeeper against Leicester, the Argentine is still back-up, and the Blues should look to bring in someone younger in an attempt to really push Kepa all the way. RELEASE ON A FREE

Jamie Cumming

The youngster has played a bit for the Development Squad and been the number three goalkeeper for the first team throughout the campaign. Deserves the chance to go out on loan and play more regular senior football. LOAN

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Cesar Azpilicueta

Still a lot to give for the Blues in the future, even if his role becomes a little more back-up with the emergence of Reece James at right-back. It all depends on the left-back Chelsea target in the summer, but Azpilicueta should remain club captain. KEEP

Marcos Alonso

Now just a back-up for the left-back position and only really going to get his chance if Lampard wants to play with three at the back. However, that seems like a rare option, so Alonso could be surplus to requirements. SELL

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