The January transfer window is ending and Chelsea have many irons in the fire.
The Blues was also busy on the pitch, with a victory over the Hull City Championship side ensuring they were in the lead for the British Cup fifth round draw.
But coach Frank Lampard will hope to have new players at his disposal at the time of the game.
Here we gather the most important news of Stamford Bridge in the last 24 hours, including the latest transfer news and what will happen next for Chelsea.
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Transfer message from Frank Lampard
Frank Lampard wants new purchases at Chelsea.
The Blues have been hit by an embargo on the transfer by FIFA, but this has been reduced by the Court of Arbitration for Sports, leaving the Blues free to make new purchases this winter.
However, they have yet to make their move.
And it seems that coach Lampard is frustrated.
He sent a message to Chelsea’s board after the FA Cup victory over Hull City.
Read what he had to say here.
Boost by Edinson Cavani
One player with whom the Blues has been strongly linked is Edinson Cavani.
The Uruguayan wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain this month.
And Stamford Bridge is a mooting destination.
Chelsea know they will have to pay for the attacker, who is entering the final five months of his contract at the Parc des Princes.
But they were given a push in the race to sign it.
Read all about it here.
Plans for the winter holidays
All eyes are currently on what will happen in the last days of the January transfer window.
But just around the corner there is a winter break.
It will be the first time that the Premier League has had a winter break, after having asked for one for years, to align itself with the other major European leagues.
So what will Chelsea do with their two free weeks?
Frank Lampard explains it all.
Action on the hull
In the end he was nervous, but Chelsea did the job at KCOM Stadium.
Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori scored the goals in the 2-1 defeat of Hull City.
But Kamil Grosicki’s deflected free kick late on nerves.
The Azzurri resisted to ensure a safe passage in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Here’s how we rated the players.
And here’s what Frank Lampard said later.