Chelsea are set to sanction at least one more departure this month as Fikayo Tomori edges towards the exit door.

Frank Lampard bought in a host of new faces in the summer and there have been winners and loses as he sets about finding his best XI.

Thiago Silva and Kurt Zouma look to be his preferred pair at the back meaning others may move on.

Danny Drinkwater has already headed to Turkey on loan.

Lampard himself though is under pressure and will be all too aware about the lifespan of Chelsea managers.

A terrible run of form has put the spotlight on him and plenty of names have been linked with his job.

Here's the latest transfer rumours coming out of Stamford Bridge.

Fikayo Tomori is close to a Blues exit
Fikayo Tomori is close to a Blues exit

Tomori to complete AC Milan move

Tomori is poised to complete his move to Serie A side AC Milan.

The defender is in Italy ahead of an initial loan switch that can be made into a permanent one.

Tomori has been unable to make himself a regular in the Chelsea defence and as a result has sought pastures new.

Milan can sign Tomori permanently for £25m should they want to keep him at the San Siro.

Roman Abramovich is not known for his patience
Roman Abramovich is not known for his patience

Roman's two alternatives

Frank Lampard remains a man under pressure at Chelsea and Express Sport claims there are just two alternatives on Roman Abramovich's mind.

The Blues have won just two in eight having lost once again at Leicester in midweek.

Their Russian owner is not known for his patience and Lampard could soon pay the price.

German pair Thomas Tuchel and Julian Nagelsmann are the men on his shortlist.

Tuchel is out of a job having been sacked by PSG whereas the latter is in charge at RB Leipzig.

Upamecano suitor comes clean

Chelsea have been linked with Leipzig's Dayot Upamecano but Bayern Munich have made it clear they are eyeing the defender.

The Frenchman is available in a cut-price deal due to a stipulation in his contract.

And Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said: "We will of course deal with it, not only with this player, but in principle with all the positions where we want and need to do something.”

When questioned on a potential transfer agreement, he added: “It’s too early for something like that, he’s still a Leipzig player at least until the end of the season.

“But it’s common knowledge that he has a clause in his contract.”