Chelsea duo emerge on Old Lady radar - reports

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Chelsea duo Florent Malouda and Alex have been linked with a move away from west London this summer.

With just over a week remaining in the transfer window, the pair have emerged as shock targets for Juventus, with the Italian outfit looking to improve their squad ahead of a crack at the Serie 'A' title, as well as European commitments.

Tuttosport claims that Chelsea could make left midfielder Malouda available for as little as €6 million, with manager Andre Villas-Boas looking to generate funds for the signature of defender Alvaro Pereira from Porto.

The Stamford Bridge side have been relatively quiet in the window this summer, although the arrivals of Oriol Romeu and Romelu Lukaku shows the Portuguese manager is looking to put his own mark on the Chelsea side.

Malouda a French international who scored the Blues' winner against West Brom in the Barclays Premier League on Saturday, could be one to make way after four years at the club.


The winger arrived at Chelsea from Lyon back in 2007 for £13 million, but is facing stiff competition for a starting spot under the new regime in the English capital.

Likewise, Alex is no longer assured of a starting spot following the arrival of David Luiz to play alongside John Terry back in January, and Football Italia claims the Brazilian defender is another Chelsea player the Old Lady are looking at this summer.

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