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Real Madrid to make Cole offer

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Chelsea defender Ashley Cole is being linked with a summer move to Real Madrid.

The Sunday People claims Los Blancos president Florentino Perez has agreed to make a move for the England international full-back at the end of the season, as Carlo Ancelotti looks to work with the 33-year-old once again.

Cole has been out of favour at Stamford Bridge this season, with manager Jose Mourinho opting to play Cesar Azpilicueta ahead of the more experienced full-back in the Blues back four.

Ancelotti is hoping to bring two new left-sided defenders to the Santiago Bernabeu, the report claims, with Sevilla defender Alberto Moreno and Cole the names on the club's shortlist.

And, the Italian knows all about the Chelsea man, having been part of his double-winning side in west London in 2010.

Mourinho still wants to keep Cole at the club, the report claims, with 'the Special One' set to offer the defender a one-year contract extension on the King's Road.

However, the La Liga giants can offer the former Arsenal starlet long-term stability with a two-year deal in Spain - as well as the option of a third based on appearances in the capital.

Out of contract at Chelsea at the end of the season, Cole has options and a big decision to make at the conclusion of the current campaign.

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