Chelsea have set the ball rolling in their bid to offer new contracts to three important members of their first team, according to reports.
The Premier League champions are in discussions with Eden Hazard, Pedro and Thibaut Courtois over new contracts, according to Chelsea insider CarefreeYouth.
Pedro and the Belgium goalkeeper are currently contracted to Chelsea until the summer of 2019, while Hazard has a deal until June 30, 2020.
Eden Hazard has been a hot topic since playing a key role in Chelsea winning the Premier League title last season, and it is envisaged that he will pen a new four year deal in the coming weeks.
Pedro joined Chelsea in the summer of 2015 from Barcelona and Courtois has been on the books of the club for six years, though three of those years were spent on loan at Atlético Madrid.
Antonio Conte’s side host Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday.