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Chelsea confirm David Luiz transfer to PSG subject to wages

Jose Mourinho - who many
observers felt never fancied Luiz
as a defender - looking to a
whole new strikeforce
spearheaded by Atletico
Madrid's Diego Costa.
We told you about PSG's
interest in Luiz as far back as
last summer, and he had also
been linked with German
champions Bayern Munich and
Spanish giants Barcelona.
But now he is set to link up
with Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Paris
- and become the world
football's most expensive
We've agreed terms with PSG
for the transfer of
@DavidLuiz_4 , subject to him
agreeing terms & passing
Chelsea Football Club and Paris
Saint-Germain have agreed terms
for the transfer of David Luiz to
the French club...
A statement on chelseafc.com
read: "Chelsea Football Club
and Paris Saint Germain have
agreed terms for the transfer of
David Luiz to the French club.
"The move is now subject to
David Luiz agreeing personal
terms with PSG and passing a
medical examination."
The French champions
suggested the formalities of the
deal will be completed on June
10, to ensure Luiz can
concentrate on this summer's
World Cup in his homeland.
A statement on the Ligue 1
winners' official website read:
"Paris St Germain, Chelsea FC
and David Luiz would like to
confirm that they reached an
agreement regarding the terms
of an upcoming transfer of the
Brazilian defender that would
occur during the next transfer
window which is to start on 10
June 2014.
"In accordance with the player's
wish to prepare for and play in
the World Cup in his home
country in the best possible
conditions, both clubs and
David Luiz wished to reach an
agreement as soon as possible
between, on the one hand, Paris
St Germain and Chelsea FC, and
on the other, between the
Parisian club and the player, in
order to formalise the transfer
as soon as the transfer window
Paris Saint-Germain may not be
finished, however - they are
also keen on another Chelsea
player, winger Eden Hazard .

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