Chelsea transfer rumours: PSG switch attention away from Eden Hazard

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Reports in France say PSG no longer want to sign Eden Hazard and have switched their attention to Angel di Maria.

The Belgian reaffirmed his commitment to Chelsea yesterday having been handed the number 10 shirt to wear next season. (Le10Sport)

Chelsea's swoop for Cesc Fabregas is being held up while Barcelona figure out a way to avoid paying Arsenal a portion of the transfer fee they are owed if he is sold for over £26 million. (Independent)

Luiz Gustavo has said in an interview that a move to Stamford Bridge would appeal to him (Sport Witness)

David Luiz's switch to PSG will only be confirmed once the World Cup is over, despite the fact the agreement has been confirmed by the player himself (Independent)

Chelsea have held talks with Real Madrid over the potential sale of Ramires - but say they will only be willing to sell if Luka Modric is allowed to head in the opposite direction (Metro)

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