Roberto Di Matteo is a shock target for Aston Villa, while Spurs midfielder Luka Modric is set to hand in a transfer request.
Chelsea's players have urged owner Roman Abramovich to make Roberto Di Matteo their full-time manager.
Meanwhile, Blues striker Fernando Torres launched a blistering attack on the club for being left out of the starting line-up for Saturday's Champions League final.
Spurs midfielder Luka Modric is set to hand in a transfer request after they were denied a place in the Champions League.
Manager Steve Kean is set to be given a second chance at Blackburn despite relegation.
Everton striker Tim Cahill is a target for Saudi club Al Nassr.
Fernando Torres wants to leave Chelsea after his Champions League final snub.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich wants four Champions League titles.
Ajax boss Frank de Boer has emerged as the number one target for Liverpool as they seek a replacement for Kenny Dalglish.
Lille star Eden Hazard has revealed he is leaning towards a £32m move to Chelsea, despite previously stating he would join one of the Manchester clubs.
Striker Mario Balotelli wants to stay with Premier League champions Manchester City.
Manchester United frontman Dimitar Berbatov says it is 'obvious' he must leave the club this summer.
Blackpool's Matt Phillips could still be playing Premier League football next season despite missing out on promotion, after catching the eye of Reading boss Brian McDermott.
Chelsea interim boss Roberto Di Matteo has emerged as a shock target for Aston Villa with his future at Stamford Bridge still unclear.
Fernando Torres' Chelsea future is in doubt after he lashed out at his treatment by the club.
Chelsea expect striker Didier Drogba to confirm that he is to join Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua on a free transfer.
Manchester City are set to reward manager Roberto Mancini with a new three-year contract worth £15m.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce wants to bring former Hammer Joe Cole back to Upton Park from Liverpool.
Roberto Di Matteo has had no assurances about his Chelsea future despite steering the club to a first Champions League trophy.
Blues striker Fernando Torres has demanded showdown talks about his future after being left out of the team that faced Bayern Munich on Saturday.
Roman Abramovich is planning to go to "another level" in investing in Chelsea as the Russian billionaire attempts to turn the club's first Champions League trophy into a further "three or four" triumphs, says chairman Bruce Buck.
Chelsea's Champions League celebrations were overshadowed last night by an extraordinary outburst from Fernando Torres, which has cast doubt over his future at Stamford Bridge.
Roman Abramovich will decide this week whether Roberto Di Matteo will remain as Chelsea's manager with the players' chants of "we want him to stay" still ringing in his ears after the club's first European Cup victory.
Fernando Torres has admitted that winning a first European Cup has made up for the toils he has endured since swapping Liverpool for Chelsea for a British record fee of £50m, though the striker tempered that sense of relief by stressing he will not be satisfied with a bit-part role next season.
Frank Lampard has told Chelsea supporters fearing the club's greatest moment would also mark the end of an era: "This is just the beginning".
Hearts boss Paulo Sergio is angry he has not been offered a new contract despite leading the Jambos to a 5-1 Scottish Cup triumph over Hibs at the weekend.
Celtic defender Glenn Loovens, 28, is a target for Championship side Middlesbrough.
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