Star duo set for future talks
Fernando Torres could leave Chelsea unless he get assurances of his role in the side while Didier Drogba is also set for talks.
Torres is reported to be unhappy after being left out of the side that started the Champions League Final against Bayern Munich as Roberto Di Matteo opted to go with Ryan Bertrand.
It was a tactic that worked well as the Blues managed to keep out Bayern Munich before winning 4-3 on penalties but Torres was still not impressed and has hinted he could be ready to move on.
Torres told AS: "This season, I felt things I had never felt. I felt they have treated me in a way I was not expecting, not the manner for which the club brought me here.
"We have had many conversations and, now the season is finished, we will have more talks to see what happens in the future because this is not the role for which I came."
Meanwhile man-of-the-match Drogba will also hold talks this week with a view to possibly signing a new deal. The 34-year-old is out of contract and can move for free but Chelsea are keen to tie him to a new two-year deal.
"Ron Gourlay (Chelsea chief executive) is going to sit down with his agent this week and we'll see where it goes," chairman Bruce Buck revealed.
"I think we have to do what's best for Chelsea Football Club and Didier has to do what's best for him. And we'll just see how the discussions go."