However, he’s thought to have wanted far more arrivals with a return to Champions League action on the horizon.
Meanwhile, a number of squad players have left Chelsea since the end of last season, the most high-profile of which being Nemanja Matic.
“This will be his last season in England, as has widely been expected this summer”
Niccolo Ceccarini offers his verdict on Chelsea boss Antonio Conte's future
And Ceccarini seems to think Conte is at the end of his tether because of what’s happened in west London this summer.
Ceccarini said: "I believe that Chelsea’s transfer window - timeliness, profile [of players], departures - is the reason that will lead to the break between Contre and the Blues.
"This will be his last season in England, as has widely been expected this summer."
The 43-year-old is available having walked away from Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund in May