Watford have made a bid for Kenedy while Matt Miazga will reject Eintracht Frankfurt after receiving offers from Premier League ahead of next season, Goal understands.
Kenedy has agreed to move on loan to Walter Mazzarri's side, who are now working out the details with Chelsea after Antonio Conte was unable to promise the 20-year-old regular first-team football next season.
Miazga, 21, will also move on loan to a Premier League club but he has yet to decide between two unnamed teams, having been told he needs more experienced to feature in the heart of the Blues' defence.
The American had attracted interest from Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt but they stopped short of making a bid for him after Chelsea made it clear they prefered he played football in England.
Both youngsters are expected to have long-term Chelsea futures and have only been offered to the Premier League clubs for one year with the hope that they develop enough to join up with the squad next season.
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Conte had previously talked up Miazga during pre-season in the International Champions Cup tour of America, where he was used heavily in their marketing.
Chelsea have also officially confirmed that Bertrand Traore will join Ajax on loan next season but that he has also signed a new three-year deal.