Chelsea are plotting new deals for Charly Musonda and Kenedy following speculation over their respective futures.
Reports in the London Evening Standard have it that the Blues are keen on opening contract talks with the youngsters in order to fend off interest from their league rivals.
Prior reports have it that Manchester United and Arsenal are considering moves for Musonda, who has shown glimpses of his quality during his loan spell in the Spanish La Liga with Real Betis last season.
The Belgian youngster who was on loan with Betis for two seasons, is also a subject of interest from Scottish champions, Celtic but Chelsea are eager to tie the midfielder to a new deal after failing to reach an agreement with the player during their initial talks.
Musonda has also continued his impressive form with the Blues this season, churning out brilliant display against Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup.
Kenedy also did well to win back the fans to his side with a fine performance in the same match and will be considered for a bumper pay rise in the contract talks.
However, it is believed that the Red Devils and Arsenal are looking to prise the Brazilian away with better terms, considering his current meagre 12,000 pounds weekly wage-bill.