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Red Devils keen to continue stunning recent spending spree

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Argentina ace ready to prove his detractors wrong at Old Trafford

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's celebration was to raise awareness for those starving
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

PSG vs Chelsea: Champions League match preview

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Laurent Blanc has imposed a stodgy possession game on PSG

PSG vs Chelsea: Paris Saint-Germain left firing Blancs after missing out on Angel Di Maria last season

Wealthy French champions' rise has stalled following last summer's decision to sign David Luiz instead of the pacy attacker they needed. Jack Pitt-Brooke examines the growing pressure on their coach

Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard always wanted to stay at Chelsea rather than move to PSG

Premier League's reigning young player of the year says moving to the French capital never crossed his mind

Zlatan Ibrahimovic meets himself: 'One is made of wax and the other is made of steel'

Zlatan really enjoyed meeting a football legend

Champions League draw: Chelsea vs PSG

Video: Simon Rice talks through Chelsea's draw in the last 16 of the Champions League

Edinson Cavani and his trademark gun celebration

Edinson Cavani sent off after celebrating penalty with gun gesture in PSG's bad-tempered victory over nine-man RC Lens

Striker sent off for gun celebration and then arguing with the officials

Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger set to swoop for PSG youngster Adrien Rabiot

Gunners continue summer recruitment after opening weekend victory

Angel di Maria may prove too expensive for Arsenal and Manchester City

Manchester United transfer news: Angel di Maria set to snub Louis van Gaal in favour of £63m switch to Paris Saint Germain

Premier League clubs forced to look elsewhere at PSG deal nears completion

David Luiz could be on his way to PSG 'within the next 48 hours'

Diego Costa? Mario Mandzukic? Sami Khedira? Luke Shaw? If Chelsea sell David Luiz to PSG for £50m who should they spend the proceeds on?

The defender is reportedly on the brink of the sensational move to France

David Luiz has been linked with a move to Barcelona after he claimed to turn down a transfer in the summer

David Luiz £50m transfer: PSG to seal deal for Chelsea defender as Jose Mourinho puts his trust in Kurt Zouma

The Brazilian is set to become the world's most expensive defender

Jose Mourino tells his players to go back and defend

Chelsea 2 PSG 0: Five things we learnt, including Frank Lampard's light is fading and Jose Mourinho loves set-pieces

What did we discover from Chelsea's Champions League comeback against their French opponents

Andre Schurrle celebrates his goal

Chelsea 2 PSG 0 comment: Ability, desire and luck - how Jose Mourinho reached the Champions League semi-finals

The oft-quoted claim that London is France's sixth-biggest city, with more than a quarter-million cross-Channel migrants, is somewhat disputed, but it certainly sounded like it tonight. There was a distinctly Gallic accent in SW6 as le quartier sud-est, where the away fans are placed at Stamford Bridge, rang with optimistic chants.

Jose Mourinho warns his players of their defensive responsibilities after the second goal

Chelsea 2 PSG 0: Jose Mourinho pleased with Champions League progress, but players did not 'jump up and down in the dressing room'

It was just another day in the office for Mourinho as Chelsea reach final four

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