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Five players Chelsea will look to sell to fund Declan Rice transfer in January

Chelsea are not expected to be too busy when it comes to the January transfer window.

The Blues were the big spenders in the Premier League and six new players have come in and made a difference in the first team.

The Blues will obviously not make the same amount of signings in the winter, but there might be one who they approach.

Chelsea are keen on Declan Rice and could look to make a move for the West Ham midfielder.

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However, the Hammers are expected to want a very high price for their star man, with £80million being a potential price.

That would mean Chelsea will have to make space in the squad and raise some funds in order to go after the England international.

But who should they look to move on?

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Kepa Arrizabalaga

It’s quite clear now that Edouard Mendy is the number one goalkeeper at the club and Kepa Arrizabalaga’s long-term future is away from Stamford Bridge.

It could be hard for the Blues to outright sell the Spaniard, with a long-term contract meaning the price could be high.

But if they can find a suitable buyer then it’s likely the Blues will cut their losses and move on from the goalkeeper.

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Marcos Alonso

With the performances of Ben Chilwell, the left-back position seems pretty secure right now, and Marcos Alonso has slipped down the pecking order.

After the incident at West Brom, where he went to the team bus instead of trying to support his teammates, the Spaniard has not really been near the starting XI.

Alonso has a contract until 2023, and this January could be the time to cash in on him to raise some funds.

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