Is this how Chelsea will line up in the Premier League this season?
Chelsea may have won the Premier League last year, but manager Jose Mourinho is still looking to add to his squad of superstars. Arda Turin's agent has said the player will decide where to move to within the next for days. Chelsea are insterested, as are Manchester United. Is this how we might see the Blues line up for their first game of the new season?
The goalkeeper is nailed on to be Chelsea's No1, having seen off the threat of Petr Cech. Asmir Begovic is likely to arrive, but will be his back-up.
The Serbian was superb last season and will be one of the first names on Mourinho's teamsheet next season, whether at right-back or centre-half.
Became a more reliable influence as the season wore on last year and will be a key part of Mourinho's plans.
Enjoyed possibly his best ever season at Stamford Bridge last year: the rock on which Chelsea's success is founded.
The left-back was one of the Premier League's unsung heroes last season: a consistently solid performer, who has seen off the challenge of Filipe Luis, who is likely to return to Atletico Madrid.
The Premier League's best defensive midfielder, and indispensible to Mourinho's game plan. Hard to see him losing his place.
Playmaker had a quiet second half of last season but was exemplary in the first, and will be crucial again next term.
Last season's Player of the Year and Chelsea's least droppable player - certainly now that he has added the sweat demanded from Mourinho to his obvious skills.
The Atletico Madrid winger has reportedly been offered to Chelsea, and could be an obvious fit given the struggles of Juan Cuadrado to settle in at Stamford Bridge.
The Colombian will complete his season-long loan move to Chelsea imminently, and the question then becomes is he a starter or a sub? Mourinho could tweak his formation to deploy him with Diego Costa.
The Spain international was one of the key factors behind Chelsea's title success last season, adding a serrated edge to Mourinho's side - which had let too many teams off the hook the previous campaign.
So who misses out...?
It all leaves some big names stewing on the sidelines. Willian would be the most controversial omission, given his fine form last season, while Loic Remy, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and John Obi Mikel should also get used to life on the bench (again).