Both of them are yet to feature in the league games
Chelsea made a slow start in the transfer window as they wanted to sort their managerial situation first. Maurizio Sarri was appointed as club’s new manager back in July after Antonio Conte was sacked despite his contract expiring next summer.
The 59 year old raided his former club Napoli to secure the signing of midfielder Jorginho, who became the Blue’s first signing this summer. The Italy International was close to joining Manchester City but his former manager persuaded him to move to Stamford Bridge.
The Premier League giants completed the signing of midfielder Mateo Kovacic from Real Madrid on a season long loan. He was part of a deal which saw Thibaut Courtois going the other way for €35 million.
They also completed the signing of Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao after activating his €80 million release clause, making him the world’s most expensive goalkeeper.
With the Premier League transfer window closed, it was expected few players will leave the cub. Tiemoue Bakayoko, Kenedy and Michy Batshuayi have already left the club on a season long loan.
With the European transfer window still open until the end of the month, few more players are certain to leave Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea are ready to let Danny Drinkwater and Tammy Abraham go on loan before the end of the month according to Express Sports.
The England International joined from Leicester City last summer but struggled to establish himself as a regular for the club. He gradually fell down the pecking order and with the arrival of two new midfielders this summer, he has fallen further down the pecking order.
The midfielder was linked with a permanent move before the English window shut but could now move abroad on loan if an offer comes in.
The young striker spend the last season on loan at Swansea and was decent. But he is still not at that level to be a regular at the club and could join a Championship side.