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Chelsea get double transfer boost from PSG duo

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Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea could be improved this summer at the expense of Paris Saint-Germain as Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi are open to a move to the Premier League title hopefuls, according to the Daily Mirror.

Both players would cost a reported combined fee of £80million, which Chelsea may or may not be able to afford, depending on whether or not they get rid of any of the players currently on their books.

Cavani, who moved to the French capital in the summer, has been reportedly unsettled at the club with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s superb form forcing the Uruguayan to the right of PSG’s front three.

Lavezzi, meanwhile, is currently enjoying his best season to date since his move from Napoli two summers ago, but he is still keen to quit Parc de Princes, if the rumours are to be believed.

It remains to be seen if Mourinho can afford either of the well known duo as Cavani would cost at least £55million and would command a salary of around £6million pounds per annum alone.

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