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The Chelsea boss won the Champions League with the Argentinian, but Cambiasso may have a hand in delaying his Premier League party

David Luiz

David Luiz ruled out of Real Madrid match - but Chelsea fail to specify why

The Brazilian has been linked with a move away this summer

Giorgos Karagounis return is a positive move for Fulham

36-years-old can help youngsters to make the grade at Craven Cottage

Steven Gerrard poses with his daughters before his testimonial against Olympiacos

Transfer news: Steven Gerrard says he turned down move to Bayern Munich to stay at Liverpool - and wants Luis Suarez to do the same

Liverpool captain could have joined Champions League winners last season, but chose to remain at Anfield because of the value of the club's tradition

Lewis Baker in action for Chelsea

Chelsea youngsters impress in pre-season victory as senior squad prepare for Inter Milan friendly

A youthful looking Blues squad ran out 5-1 winners over Northern Premier League side Ilkeston on Tuesday

Transfer news: QPR midfielder Joey Barton attempts to force move to Everton - 'the club he loves'

Barton supported the club as a young boy and is said to be willing to take a significant pay cut in order to join the Toffees

Kevin de Bruyne

Chelsea forward Kevin de Bruyne forced to leave pre-season tour

The Belgian has picked up an injury

Arsenal’s pursuit of Queen’s Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar looks set to end in disappointment with Rafa Benitez on the verge of taking the Brazilian on a season’s loan at Napoli
Jose Mourinho

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: 'My white hairs are a good sign'

The Blues boss says he has returned a better, and more experienced manager

Kevin De Bruyne

Chelsea's Kevin De Bruyne ready to show Jose Mourinho that he can make the step up to first-team

Belgian midfielder will go on pre-season tour of Asia with aim of impressing new Blues boss

The 24-year-old was a regular for Brazil during their Confederations Cup campaign which culminated in a 3-0 win over Spain on Sunday

Transfers: Tottenham confirm Paulinho signing from Corinthians

Tottenham have confirmed the signing of midfielder Paulinho from Corinthians.

Gonzalo Higuain

Arsenal transfer latest: Who might be making a move to the Emirates this summer

Players linked with a move to the Gunners

Top shout: Paolo Di Canio is looking to change the mentality at Sunderland

Robert de Fanti appointed as director of football at Sunderland

Angelino has moved from Inter Milan to link up with Paolo di Canio

Tom Ince trains with the England Under-21s yesterday

Tom Ince: 'If I had a bad game as a kid my dad would spit in my face and worse!'

Blackpool star says his tough upbringing made him stronger as he returns for England after a ban

Edinson Cavani

Chelsea 'interested in Edinson Cavani' according to Napoli

The Uruguay international is one of the most coveted strikers in Europe

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho reveals 'five minute meeting' which led to him agreeing to return to Chelsea

The Portuguese manager returns to Stamford Bridge on a four-year deal

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