Chelsea are closing in on both Juventus left-back Alex Sandro and Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko as they step up their efforts to complete first summer signing.
Italian manager, Antonio Conte has been frustrated with the lack of transfer activity and demands signings from the club.
According to the Guardian, the lack of activity in the transfer market has seen 47-year-old manager linked with a switch to Serie A.
A new contract offer had been on the table, however, Italian manager yet to sign an extension.
In the first week of the July, Premier League champions hope to have two new signings ahead of the Pre-season tour.
Premier League champions planning to offer Juventus an improved £55 million fee for Sandro.
Marcos Alonso impressed last season. However, Conte sees the Brazilian as a huge upgrade and important player to help the Blues to dominate in both domestic and European tournament.
Bakayoko, meanwhile, is believed to be valued at £40m by Monaco and player himself seems to be keen on to work with Antonio Conte.
His arrival of 22-year-old midfielder could see Nemanja Matic leaving the club with Man Utd are keen on to lure him away from Stamford Bridge.