Oxlade-Chamberlain could soon be making the trip across London to play for the Premier League champions.
Carragher deems that despite Conte's success in winning the Premier League in his first season at the club, Abramovic will not hesitate to sack the manager after twelve months.
Oxlade-Chamberlain's future has been a subject of much discussion since the end of last season, with Liverpool, Manchester United and West Ham all being credited with an interest in the 23-year-old. This league has six teams that are very strong and we have to be ready to fight for this season.
Matias Kranevitter, who joined Atletico for around €8m in January 2016 and spent last season on loan at Sevilla, is reported to be in Russian Federation to undergo a medical ahead of an €8m move to Zenit St Petersburg.
Costa, valued at around £50 million ($65.39m) by Chelsea, would prefer a move back to Atletico, while AC Milan are also reported to be interested, but his former club are now subject to a transfer embargo until January 2018. "He used to push the club to buy more players to move forward".
The former Juventus and Italy manager is known for his dedication and hard work on the training ground and that is what is it going to take to get his team prepared for another long season. Conte is yet to win a knock-out competition.
Around £50 million is the rumoured starting price and while this would represent a significant investment, money has never really been an issue when it comes to signing players in the Roman Abramovich era.
In January, the club let go of seasoned campaigners Branislav Ivanovic and John Obi Mikel along with midfielder Oscar.
With Matic departing for league rivals Manchester United, managed by Conte's predecessor, Jose Mourinho, Chelsea need another body in the midfield and it seems as though their boss has one man in mind.
Diego Simeone feels Atletico Madrid have no limits as to what they can achieve this season. Ake, a valuable squad player, had a successful loan spell at Bournemouth that was cut short last season but he's heading back for good now.
Midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, £39.5 million, is still recovering from injury and will pair up with compatriot Kante in the middle of the park.