Chelsea are set to overload Fulham loanees Lucas Piazon and Tomas Kalas in the summer.
The pair have spent the season on loan at Craven Cottage and have played a vital role in leading Slavisa Jokanovic's side to the play-offs, but their time at Stamford Bridge looks like it's coming to an end.
Piazon signed for the Blues in 2011 but was only eligible to play for the first team after his 18th birthday when he obtained a work visa, while Kalas signed from Sigma Olomouc in July 2010.
Kalas has recently spoke of his desire to stay at Fulham next season if the opportunity arose , while Jokanovic is keen on making his loan deal permanent in the summer.
The 23-year-old Czech Republic international has made 35 league appearances for Fulham this season, while Piazon has made 18 but missed a month of the season after sustaining a fractured jaw against Cardiff.