The Blues are thought to be on the lookout for a new shot-stopper this summer amid the constant uncertainty surrounding Thibaut Courtois' future at Stamford Bridge.
Courtois has been a pivotal figure between the sticks for Chelsea ever since he returned from a three-year loan stint at Atletico Madrid.
Maurizio Sarri confirmed on Friday that he was hopeful that Courtois will stay but the Belgian's agent has revealed he's asked to leave and told Chelsea to accept Madrid's offer.
And while Willian's future is seemingly secure, whether or not Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard remain Chelsea players this season is a different matter altogether.
That has led to criticism from some supporters that money is the major motivating factor - a notion rejected by Henrotay. I don't know the situation at this moment. Chelsea believe that is too low and would rather risk losing him for nothing when his contract expires in 2019 than letting him go for such an insignificant fee. Perhaps the best option would be to find a replacement and accept Madrid's offer. Or they would still have to sign a replacement next summer, but without getting a fee for Thibaut.
This tension between the manager and the player could see him leave the club, with Jose Mourinho keen on adding him to his squad.
However Courtois' contract situation could change the club's stance as they don't want to lose the goalkeeper for nothing next June.