Frank Lampard and Marina Granovskaia are facing big contract decisions on 15 Chelsea players

Frank Lampard and Marina Granovskaia will soon have to make some big decisions to make at Chelsea.

The January transfer window opens in just over a month and a number of Blues players will be able to talk to clubs from abroad in regards to a pre-contract agreement.

As many as four players will be into the final six months of their deals at Stamford Bridge come January 1, 2021, while another 11 are out of contract at the end of next season.

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It’s not often that the west London outfit have several players who are currently free to leave at the end of the season, but they have already secured the long-term futures of many youngsters.

With that said, here’s when the contracts of every Chelsea first-team squad member expire.

In addition, there are updates on several Blues players out on loan this season – including the likes of Ethan Ampadu, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, and Ross Barkley.


Kepa Arrizabalaga – 2025

An expensive signing from Athletic Bilbao a couple of years ago, Kepa hasn’t quite managed to convince Chelsea fans that he is the long-term option in between the sticks.

Willy Caballero – 2021

The experienced goalkeeper penned a new one-year contract at the end of last season to keep himself in west London for another year.

Edouard Mendy – 2025

The Senegal international was signed in the summer from Rennes.

He has quickly established himself the club’s undisputed No.1 after Kepa’s struggles.

Edouard Mendy has enjoyed a solid start to life at Stamford Bridge. (Image: Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)


Antonio Rudiger – 2022

The Germany international has fallen down the pecking order this season and was linked with a move away in the summer transfer window.

Will soon enter the final 18 months of his contract, so a decision needs to be made fairly soon.

Marcos Alonso – 2023

Alonso currently has a few…


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