Scolari offered no clues about who he is hoping to sign
Chelsea manager Luiz Filipe Scolari has hinted he will enter the transfer market to cover for the loss of injured midfielder Michael Essien.
Scolari told BBC London 94.9: "I have some ideas about this position. I said yesterday to Peter [Kenyon].
"He's trying to move something today, tomorrow or maybe next week."
Essien has been ruled out for around five months after suffering an anterior cruciate knee ligament injury while on World Cup duty with Ghana.
Defender Ricardo Carvalho admits the loss of Essien to a cruciate ligament injury will have a big impact on the team.
"Everyone will miss Essien, he's an important player for us and now we have to be with him and give him our comfort," Carvalho said.
"We'll try to help him because it's a difficult time for him."
The Portugal international added that he is glad he will not have to mark Manchester City's new £32.5m forward Robinho on Saturday as the Brazilian makes his debut against the Blues, the club he was close to joining last month.
"He plays more on the wing, so it will not be for me [to mark him], but it's difficult to play against him, he's a great player."
And Carvalho told BBC London 94.9 he holds no grudges about Robinho's decision to chose a move to Eastlands over Stamford Bridge: "We have to carry on and try to do our best.
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