An emotional Cesc Fàbregas broke down in tears after he was substituted off the pitch in what could be his final Chelsea match.
Should Fabregas move to Monaco, he will be reunited with former Arsenal teammate Thierry Henry, who is now their manager.
Chelsea is the defending champion in the FA Cup, after beating Manchester United in last season's final.
"It's always about the next game but when you think of the bigger picture, and the bigger targets, you want to win everything", he said.
"It's always hard to lose players, especially like him, because he's a world-class player".
Ruben Loftus-Cheek went off shortly before half-time.
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Sources told ESPN FC that the decision to join Chelsea in the summer, rather than in January, was Pulisic's to give him the best chance of impressing Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri during a full preseason rather than half of a regular season.
Hudson-Odoi has also been heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with Bayern Munich reportedly interested.
Meanwhile, midfielder Adlene Guedioura says Forest now have a taste for Premier League football as they chase promotion from the Championship.
But after Saturday's early kick-off matches, the lone giant-killing act had seen third-tier Gillingham beat Premier League Cardiff 1-0, while second-tier Derby, managed by former England midfielder Frank Lampard, came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with top-flight strugglers Southampton.