Petr Cech wanted by PSG

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French moneybags Paris Saint-Germain want to land Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech before the close of the transfer window.

This has been reported by the Daily Mail, who have suggested that PSG also want to bring Blues goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon to the club.

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Loan deal

It appears, however, that the French outfit want to bring Cech to the club in a loan deal because of Financial Fair Play restrictions. PSG have, of course, already been involved in a high profile transfer with Chelsea over flamboyant Brazilian ace David Luiz. 

Cech could now follow Luiz to the French club, with the report suggested that the Ligue 1 side see the goalkeeper as the man to help them win this season's Champions League competition. Blues boss Jose Mouirnho appears to be against the move, however, with the 'Special One' hoping to keep the experienced start at the club. 

Cech troubles 

It appears that the Blues shot-stopper is considering a move away from the Bridge after Belgian star Thibaut Courtois pipped him to the No.1 spot at the club this term. 

Cech, who is regarded as one of the world's best 'keepers, certainly won't want to stay on the bench all season long, and may now look for a new challenge at PSG. It remains to be seen, however, as to whether his coach Lollichon decides to jump ship to Ligue 1. 

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