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Chelsea the leading contenders to sign Sami Khedira (1)

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Sami Khedira may well leave Real Madrid this summer given the club’s reported pursuit of numerous midfield targets. Should he become available, the Germany international will be a target for many of Europe’s elite.

- Chelsea want £36m-rated Sami Khedira
- Real Madrid ready to sell Sami Khedira
- Manchester United to bid £20m for Sami Khedira


The 27-year-old saw much of last season interrupted by injury and, although he was able to regain a place after his return, Khedira could still depart the Santiago Bernabeu during the transfer window, which opens next month. He has been rated at £36 million.

A move to the Premier League would seem the most likely for Khedira, with Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City all credited with interest in signing the player before the deadline.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been linked with several potential midfield targets, as has new Old Trafford head coach Louis van Gaal. However, it is Jose Mourinho who appears to be leading his Premier League rivals.

Sky Bet have placed Chelsea as the clear favourites to sign Khedira this summer, ahead of five other clubs. But who else makes the list?

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