Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he would to love to take Blues duo Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba to his new club, Internazionale.
The pair have been linked with moves to Italy ever since the appointment of Mourinho at the San Siro and the Portuguese is keen to tempt them to move on, as well as targeting Barcelona playmaker Deco.
He said: "I am not nostalgic but I really like those three players, they helped me win some great titles. I cannot forget Deco, Lampard and Drogba.
"These are players who I could never say no to. I would love to work with them again in the future, but I am not too obsessed with this idea.
"I don't know which of the three will leave their clubs, but we'll see."
Meanwhile, Valencia midfielder David Albelda has revealed that he has been made an offer by the Blues, with the 30-year-old set to exit the Mestalla this summer.
He told Las Provincias: "The subject is in the hands of my agent.
"I have received an offer and Chelsea are sensational, but Valencia want money for me."