Chelsea are reportedly set to hold a meeting next week to discuss the plans for loan pair Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori next season.
According to the Sun, the Blues will have a meeting to work out where the young English duo will be playing their football next year.
It is understood that they need to weigh up if they are ready to compete for a first-team spot at Stamford Bridge, after both have impressed on loan at Championship outfit Derby County this season.
Derby, who are managed by Frank Lampard, have qualified for the Championship play-offs and the Chelsea pair have played key roles this season.
Mount is an attacking midfielder that has 10 goals and six assists in 40 appearances across all competitions this campaign for Derby.
The 20-year-old has already been called up to the senior England squad in the past and has immense potential.
Meanwhile, centre-back Tomori has been an ever-present in the Derby backline and has gone from strength to strength through the last year.
Tomori, 21, is a no-nonsense defend that reads the game well and has a rapid turn of speed too.
Chelsea are set to work out if either are ready for the senior squad and the outcome has to be a resounding yes.
With a transfer ban potentially looming, the Blues may need to rely on some of their loan army and the Derby duo are potentially two of the best they have got on the books.
Mount would add a freshness and more competition in midfield for Maurizio Sarri, while Tomori has all the tools you could want for a centre-back.