Chelsea forced to consider selling Ryan Bertrand to Liverpool

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Chelsea could be forced to consider selling full-back Ryan Bertrand to Liverpool this summer because of Financial Fair Play. 

According to The Mirror, the Blues are reluctant to sell the defender to a direct rival in the up coming market, however may have no choice but to listen to offers from Liverpool. 

It appears that Bertrand, who has been rated at £7 million, looks set to leave Stamford Bridge, with his contracting coming to an end. 

And it appears that Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers could be ready to bring him to Merseyside if he doesn't land Alberto Moreno this summer

It remains to be seen, however, as to whether Liverpool chiefs do make a move for the Chelsea defender, but it appears that Financial Fair Play will have an impact on any decision regarding the player's future at Stamford Bridge. 

It's expected to be a busy summer at Chelsea, with a number of players having been linked with a move to Mourinho's side in recent time.

The Blues look set to land Atletcio Madrid hitman Diego Costa in the near future, with many rumours suggesting his international team-mate Cesc Fabregas will also join the club

Both Chelsea and Liverpool fans will be excited ahead of the 2014/15 campaign, with both clubs set to embark on a Champions League adventure. 

The duo will also be targeting Premier League success, after Liverpool pipped Chelsea to second place last term. 

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