Chelsea manager Roberto di Matteo is hoping to further strengthen his squad with two more additions before facing Manchester City in the Community Shield next Sunday.
The Blues have already signed Marko Marin, Eden Hazard and Oscar, but it seems Di Matteo is still unhappy with his options and is hoping to be able to bring another forward and a right-back to the club in the next five or six days.
The Guardian has reported that while Chelsea are still interested in signing Porto striker Hulk, they may turn their attention back to Wigan's Victor Moses after already having an offer turned down by the Latics.
They believe that Moses is now edging closer towards a £8million move to Stamford Bridge where he could be considered a possible replacement for Salomon Kalou who left the club on a free earlier this summer.
Another option is Bayer Leverkusen winger Andre Schurrle who has been priced at £25million and has been targeted by Chelsea since Euro 2012 where he helped Germany reach the semi-finals of the competition.
In defence the priority is a right-back as no-one was able to cement their place in this position last season with Branislav Ivanovic, Paulo Ferriera and the recently departed Jose Bosingwa all being given an opportunity.
Youngster Sam Hutchinson has been handed the chance to shine during Chelsea's pre-season matches but the club have struggled and have now lose three games in succession after the 3-1 defeat to Brighton on Saturday.
One potential signing, according to the Guardian, is Marseille defender Cesar Azipilicueta who was recently involved in the disastrous Olympic campaign for Spain which saw the European champions fail to score and get knocked out at the group stage.
The 22-year-old joined the Ligue 1 side from Osasuna back in 2010 and there have been suggestions that Marseille would be prepared to listen to offers in the transfer window.
"Everybody has to sell before buying," Marseille sporting director Jose Anigo told RTL. 'In effect, it could either be (Stephane) M'Bia and Azpi. But for now, nothing has changed."
Di Matteo goes in search of another piece of silverware on Sunday when Chelsea would look to lay down a marker against last season's Premier League champions Manchester City.