Blues could make shock re-signing

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Chelsea are ready to re-sign winger Arjen Robben from Bayern Munich.

The 27-year-old spent a successful three-year spell at the Blues and after leaving for Real Madrid in 2007, is mid-way through his third season at Munich

But after a disappointing season in the Bundesliga this term, the Dutchman is seeking a move away with Bayern expected to miss out on Champions League football this year after a disappointing year, which saw them crash out of Europe's premier club competition at the hands of Inter Milan.

Robben is reportedly not keen to spend next season playing Europa League football, and a move to Chelsea would provide him with the Champions League football he demands.


Carlo Ancelotti is expected to cull most of his squad this summer as he looks to freshen up his ranks ahead of the new season.

After such a disappointing campaign, which has seen their challenge for the Barclays Premier League title fade, Chelsea will want to bring in some new faces to help invigorate them to another domestic success.

The Stamford Bridge club are not expected to be restricted by finances this summer, as Roman Abramovich proved in the January transfer window, as he splash out £70 million on Fernando Torres and David Luiz.

With the likes of Sergio Aguero, Javier Pastore and Alexandre Pato all being linked with moves to Chelsea, the Blues are expected to be busy in the transfer window this summer.

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