It’s a long-awaited reunion, but this is going to be an emotional one.
A new Premier League club is set to take the field in just a fortnight, but who are these new faces who will be the beneficiaries of the new-look Stamford Bridge?
We’ve already covered some of the big names, and we have some big names coming through the door to bolster the squad, but what about the rest?
Here are the big winners and losers of this transfer window:Alfonso Cordeiro, Lyon: One of the brightest young talents on the planet, Cordeiras potential has been realised after his stellar performances for Lille and Monaco.
The 19-year-old is now a household name in France, as well as on the continent.
He is a proven goal scorer who can score from anywhere on the pitch, and has also shown his versatility on the flanks.
Cordeiros impressive performances for Monaco have brought a lot of interest from Premier League clubs, with Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool all interested in signing him.
The youngster, who has represented France at under-19 level, is set for a lucrative move to the Premier League with Lyon, who are currently second in Ligue 1, currently second on the list of Premier League sides.
Lyon, the club in front of Cordeiraos potential, has had a busy transfer window, with the club spending over £100m on new players and signing some world-class talents.
The likes of Mohamed Salah, Alex Song, Nabil Bentaleb and Alexandre Lacazette all left the club, as they moved to new clubs.
However, Coteiro, who arrived at the club for a mere £9m from Lyon in the summer, has been a key player since arriving, making the most of his new-found opportunity and establishing himself as one of the most important players in the league.
Lionel Messi has been linked with a move to Arsenal and the Spanish side, who would be in pole position to sign him, are desperate to land a world-renowned talent.
The former Lyon player has proven himself in the top-tier of the game with Barcelona, and with his performances this season, it is clear he is the best player on the board.
He scored the winner against the Premier league leaders on Sunday, while the Frenchman also scored the goal that led to the 1-1 draw against Southampton.
The forward scored the second goal against Tottenham, and is currently second to Lionel Messi in goals scored.
He is a highly-rated player, but the fact that he has a club in the Premier leagues sights also gives him an incentive to stay.
Alvaro Morata, Real Madrid: The Madrid star has made his name at Real Madrid, and he has become one of Europe’s most popular footballers.
The Spaniard is one of La Liga’s top strikers, having netted 20 goals this season to go with his 11 assists.
The 26-year old is now in charge of Real Madrid’s defence, which is the strength of his side.
The Madrid forward scored against Chelsea in the Copa del Rey final and has scored the most goals in La Liga this season.
With the likes of Neymar and Ronaldo set to move to other European clubs, Morata is set-up to thrive on his new challenge.
Alves is a talented, versatile midfielder who can also play on the left wing or in the centre of defence.
The 27-year year old has scored four goals and provided four assists in La Ligas colours this season and is expected to make an immediate impact in the new Premier league.
He has scored nine goals in 11 appearances for Ligue 2 side Paris Saint-Germain and scored the decisive goal in a 2-1 Champions League quarter-final victory over Chelsea.
He’s a player who will undoubtedly bring excitement to a side who are still searching for their identity, and his presence could help their cause.
Rafael Benitez, Manchester Utd: The Portuguese has been at Manchester United since the beginning, and the team have been a consistent force for some time now.
But with his contract expiring at the end of the season, Benitezz will be able to move on at the age of 32, and Benitezes departure is a big blow for United.
But Benitezi has made the most out of his contract, and while he has been an important part of United’s team this season they still have plenty of other quality players to offer.
The 28-year olds goals, assists and finishing ability are all impressive.
The left-back is the third highest scorer in the world behind Ronaldo and Messi, and will undoubtedly be looking to secure his place in the Manchester United team this coming season.
Benitez has been one of Uniteds key players for the last five years, and even though the former Manchester City boss has been in charge for the better part of that time, he