The 11 Chelsea players who could still leave this summer - including £36m signing and ex-Everton star

The Blues could sanction a number of exits before the end of the window.

With just days left to go before the end of the transfer window, Chelsea could still have plenty of business left to do.

While talk of potential incomings continues to circulate at Stamford Bridge, there are a number of high-profile names who are expected to leave the club before the market closes.

With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at the list of potential departures below...

Emerson Palmieri

The full-back looks to be on the verge of a completing a move to West Ham.

Talks between the two clubs looked to have hit a snag, but transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has since reported that a £15 million is now fully agreed.

Marcos Alonso

Another wing-back edging towards the exit door, Barcelona look the most likely to sign Alonso in the coming days.

The arrival of Marc Cucurella from Brighton, plus the return to fitness of Ben Chilwell, have significantly shunted the Spaniard down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

Hakim Ziyech

Ziyech’s time at Chelsea, despite showing fleeting moments of quality, has been predominantly underwhelming.

A return to Ajax could be on the cards, with the Dutch giants understood to regard him as a potential replacement for Manchester United-linked Antony.

Callum Hudson-Odoi

Heavily-linked with a loan exit in the latter stages of the window, Hudson-Odoi is in desperate need of first team minutes to continue his development.

Newcastle United are among those in the running for his signature.

Ethan Ampadu

The Wales international is starting to realise his sizeable potential, but like Hudson-Odoi, could do with regular senior minutes - especially in the buildup to this winter’s World Cup.

Empoli and Sassuolo are said to be monitoring his situation.

Trevor Chalobah

Chalobah made good progress last season, but could be starved off minutes this term - especially if the Blues can complete a highly-anticipated move for Leicester City star Wesley Fofana.

Injury-hit Aston Villa are understood to be keen, according to ESPN, as are Inter Milan.

Billy Gilmour

The highly-rated Scot has arguably stagnated a little of late, and looks as if he could struggle for opportunities at Stamford Bridge this term.

Another loan spell could be on the horizon, although the hope will be that he can make more of an impact than he did at Norwich City last season.

Ross Barkley

Things have never truly worked out for Barkley at Chelsea, and at this stage, his exit feels like more a case of “when”, rather than “if”.

Speculation linking him with a move to Celtic appears to have quietened down somewhat, however.

Michy Batshuayi

Despite the Blues’ lack of a conventional centre-forward option, the Belgian still finds himself some way down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

Various Premier League clubs have been linked with potential moves, but at the moment, there are no obvious clues on where his next destination could be.

Conor Gallagher

Whether Gallagher will leave or not remains to be seen, especially given his involvement in the early parts of the season.

Like Ampadu, however, the England international will undoubtedly hold World Cup ambitions of his own, and may feel that the best way for him to earn a spot in Gareth Southgate’s plans is to go out and play regular Premier League football elsewhere.

Christian Pulisic

The likes of Newcastle United and Manchester United have both been touted as potential suitors for the USA international.

In a recent update, Romano suggested that a resolution to the speculation surrounding Pulisic could be reached “soon”.