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Chelsea dominate the papers this morning as its believed that the futures of two first-team stars have been determined.

David Luiz is said to be on the brink of a big money move to Paris Saint-Germain, and the deal could be finalised later on today. Meanwhile Demba Ba has revealed that Jose Mourinho has told him in private that he wants him to remain at Stamford Bridge next summer. The Senegalese striker was previously being tipped to leave.

Toni Kroos has once and for all rubbished the rumours that he will be joining Manchester United this summer, as he told German publication Bild that he would be playing for Bayern Munich next season. Rumours ran amok yesterday that Louis van Gaal had decided to pull the plug on an agreement to sign the 24-year-old, and the player himself has dismissed all talk as fanciful speculation.

Meanwhile Arsenal continue to grab headlines with their attempts to lure former captain Cesc Fabregas back to north London. The Spaniard is up for sale at Barcelona this summer, and Arsene Wenger is believed to have contacted the player over the possibility of an emotional return to the Emirates. The Gunners face fierce competition from Manchester United, but Wenger is of the opinion that Fabregas’ ties to Arsenal will be enough to give them the upper hand.

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