Chelsea has already spent £80m on the double signing of Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech but Frank Lampard is desperate to continue spending after guiding Chelsea to a fourth-place finish in the Premier League.
Chilwell, Havertz and Rice have repeatedly been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge this summer, but it was thought their huge asking prices was deterring Chelsea.
But the Express claim Abramovich has sanctioned Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia to complete the deals, which could cost over £150million in transfer fees.
Chelsea are already closing in on a deal for Chilwell worth a reported £50m. The Leicester City full-back has been Lampard’s top target this summer and it appears Chelsea have managed to convince the Foxes to sell.
Leicester City did originally ask for over £80m for their star left-back, but Chelsea are confident the deal is imminent with Chilwell expected to undergo a medical this weekend.
Havertz is another long-running transfer saga for the Blues with Granovskaia struggling to come to terms with Bayer Leverkusen over a fee.
Leverkusen are not prepared to let Havertz go on the cheap this summer and have dug their heels in over their £90m asking price.
Chelsea remain convinced a compromise can be struck and the German is likely to be captured after the Blues seal the deal for Chilwell.
Once Havertz and Chilwell have signed on the dotted line, Chelsea will turn their attentions to bringing Rice back to the club.
Rice was released as a youngster by Chelsea, but Lampard is adamant the Englishman is the answer to his side’s defensive owes.
The 21-year-old is a defensive midfielder, but Lampard is keen to test him out at centre-back.
West Ham slapped a £70m price tag on Rice in a bid to put Chelsea off lodging an offer for their star man.