Chelsea are shaping up to have one of their best ever transfer windows in the Roman Abramovich era.
Having already snapped up Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech, the Blues are closing in on deals for Kai Havertz, Ben Chilwell and Thiago Silva.
That might not be the end of it as well, with the Blues eyeing up a potential new goalkeeper if they are able to offload Kepa.
It was clear during the middle of the 2019/20 season that, despite conceding to many goals, Blues boss Frank Lampard was not happy with the lack of clinical finishing from his forward line.
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With Ziyech, Havertz and Werner coming into the side, that could well change for the upcoming 2020/21 season.
With the COVID-19 pandemic meaning that the new season will be more congested, with little rest time between matches in all four competitions, there will of course be rotation within the squad.
However, Lampard now has a massive amount of competition within his starting team and throughout the rest of the squad.
Willian and Pedro have both departed, but what happens to the rest of the players who will be affected by the moves for the forward players?
The England international was one of the big winners from the 2019/20 campaign, his breakthrough season with Chelsea.
Mount featured in more than 50 Blues matches during his debut campaign with the first team and played in a variety of positions.
He had spells on the left wing, on the left of three in midfield and even in the number ten role when there was a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Mount will be a massive part of Lampard’s team next season once again, being key in the way that the Blues boss wants to play.
His game time might dip slightly with the introduction of new players, but he will still be a massive part of the team.