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By ESPN Staff
Aug 31, 2007

Kenyon only expecting exits from Stamford Bridge

Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has admitted there could be transfer activity within the club before the summer window closes tonight - but it is likely to be an exit rather than the arrival of another big name.

Speculation about a possible move for Barcelona's Brazil superstar Ronaldinho was yesterday quashed by Kenyon, speaking at the UEFA Champions League draw in Monaco where the Blues were pitted against Valencia, Schalke and Rosenborg in Group B.

A move for Porto winger Ricardo Quaresma was also mooted but Kenyon insists the club's incoming signings are complete for the time being.

He did concede, though, that defender Glen Johnson could be on his way out of the club.

Johnson spent last season on loan at Portsmouth and has seen extra competition for the right-back spot in the shape of Juliano Belletti who has arrived from Barcelona.

Kenyon said: 'Our (buying) plans are complete but there may be a couple of players leaving.

'That will become evident within the next 24 hours. Glen may be one of those who is looking to move on.'

Lassana Diarra may yet join Johnson in looking to push through a move as he bids to get regular first-team football under his belt.

Regarding the Ronaldinho rumours, Kenyon not only disregarded a move before midnight but also any approach in January.

'There's been no discussion (about Ronaldinho),' he told Sky Sports News. 'Yes, there's been a lot of speculation, as there continually is around Chelsea.

'Players of that calibre don't move in January. One, they're cup-tied (for the Champions League) and two, they are not the transfers you do in January.

'We had a set of targets and we've concluded them, to be fair. What we've brought in is what we've targeted.'