Chelsea is eyeing two more signings before concluding its latest summer spending spree, chief executive
The Blues have done anything but rest on its laurels after its astonishing first Champions Legaue triumph, splashing out almost £70million ($A104.9 million) on the likes of
But its is not done there, having had bids turned down for other attacking players - including Wigan Athletic's
Speaking at the end of the European champions' US tour, Gourlay said: "While we ended with a very strong season, it was clear that there were some areas where we did have to strengthen, so we knew we were always going to have to do that.
"If the right players become available at the right time, we will sign them. We've done that and we are still continuing to look at one or two positions and we will see how that develops over the next couple of weeks."
Chelsea's billionaire owner,
English Premier League
David Moyes had no hesitation in rubber-stamping Rio Ferdinand's one-year contract extension because he believes the Manchester United defender has just had one of his best seasons ever.