Chelsea have made four signings so far this summer but boss Antonio Conte has stated that he wants at least three or four more players to come in.
However, where will they come from and what positions will they feel? The Italian is obviously keen to bring in players and have his say to form the squad that he wants to defend the Premier League and fight in the Champions League.
Here are the areas that need bolstering and where Conte wants to improve before the transfer window ends.
The left-back issue
This still seems to be the issue that needs to be solved the most, especially after what happened with Kenedy on the pre-season tour in China and Singapore.
The left-back was kicked off the tour and meant there was no back-up waiting in the wings. Conte brought in Cristian Cuevas, but instead of bringing him on straight away against Inter he switched Victor Moses to the left.
Moses is not a left wing-back and there is a real depth in that area, especially with Nathan Ake being sold to Bournemouth. Alex Sandro still seems to be the number one option, however Ryan Bertrand is also being looked at for a return to Stamford Bridge.
It is a position that really needs sorting and one of Conte’s top priorities.
With Nemanja Matic having now joined Manchester United and Nathaniel Chalobah a Watford player, the Blues have three first team central midfielders.
Tiemoue Bakayoko, N’Golo Kante and Cesc Fabregas take up those spots, while Lewis Baker and Mario Pasalic are likely to go out on loan once again this summer.
The depth that Conte wants is still not there, and now he is starting to look at the likes of Ross Barkley and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with the latter having the ability to play right wing-back as well.
One of the main issues is in the middle of the park and needs to be solved before the end of the transfer window.
This still seems to be something that Conte is interested in sorting, even with the impressive pre-season by Michy Batshuayi, and Fernando Llorente appears to be one on top of the list.
Batshuayi netted five goals in the four pre-season games and is pushing for a first team spot, however there could be the potential of a loan deal away.
Meanwhile, Llorente, 32, was a potential target of Conte’s during the January window and now the heat seems to be back on the move this summer.
However, would the Spaniard really be an upgrade on the Belgian? It would seem harsh after what Batshuayi has done this summer already, but will Conte look to make the switch?
After Conte admitted that he had gone in for Kyle Walker, it is obvious that Chelsea are thinking that they need another right-back to push in the wing-back role.
Obviously Victor Moses still holds that spot, while Conte has back-up options in Cesar Azpilicueta, Antonio Rudiger and Fikayo Tomori. However, that is obviously not quite enough for the Italian.
Chelsea missed out on Walker to Manchester City, as they did with Danilo to the same side, and Conte will want to dip back into the market to solve the issue that he wants to bring in.