Blues to overhaul squad

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Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has warned there will be big changes at the club next season.

Buck promises big changes at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has warned there will be big changes at the club next season. Buck has revealed as many as up to five players could leave with five new faces possibly coming in. The Blues supremo insists money will be made available by Roman Abramovich in the summer for the right players, even though they would prefer to raise cash for new signings by offloading some of their own stars. "We haven't properly got together to talk about summer transfers yet, but I think that we could expect that several players will leave and that several players will come in," Buck told the Daily Mirror. "I don't know whether that is three, four or five, but something in that kind of neighbourhood, so we can expect a handful to leave. "We'd like to use internally generated cash to buy new players - and by that I mean sell players and buy new players. "But of course if an appropriate player comes then money would be made available from the owner to buy him."

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Chelsea caretaker boss Guus Hiddink is willing to offer his advice on potential signings even though he insists he will not remain at Stamford Bridge beyond the end of the season "I'm not involved in those strategic discussions, but if I can be of any help, I'm not saying no," said Hiddink. "I have been here now and have these relations, but I'm not here to have discussions as to which way to go." Who do you think Chelsea should let go? Let us know your thoughts using the form below.

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