Transfer News: Chelsea FC lining up sensational swap deal

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Updated: December 5, 2013

Jose Mourinho is ready to return to Real Madrid to sign defender Sergio Ramos.

The Spanish star is reportedly on his way out of the Bernabeu after falling out with Real manager Carlo Ancelotti and could be tempted with a move to London.

According to reports in Le10Sport, Mourinho is ready to offer Brazilian star David Luiz in a stunning swap deal to bring Ramos to Stamford Bridge.

Luiz, who was the subject of a reported failed bid by Barcelona during the summer, is not guaranteed a place in the first team under Mourinho with John Terry and Gary Cahill the current first choice centre back pairing.

The 33 times capped international joined the Blues from Benfica in 2011 but has failed to fully live up to the hype that saw the Londoners pay €25 million for his services.

The 26 year old impressed in a midfield role under Rafa Benitez last season but has found game time under Mourinho hard to come by this season making just five premier league starts so far.

With the world cup in his homeland looming Luiz could be tempted to swap England for Spain especially with first team football on the table.

Ramos, who can play right back or in the middle of defence, could be tempted by a move to London although given his prior history with Mourinho a move to rivals Manchester City, managed by another former Real manager in the shape of Manuel Pellegrini, could appeal more to the 27 year old.

2013/14 Premier League Outright betting with Boylesports.com

Man City 13/8

Arsenal 23/10

Chelsea 10/3

Liverpool 11/1

Man United 20/1

Tottenham 66/1

Everton 80/1

Southampton 500/

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  1. DJ SAV

    12/05/2013 at 1:06 pm

    Will never for two reason Chelsea fc dont want to loose Luiz as they see him as our future captain, and Real Madrid wont let Ramos go for any price, + he himself wont leave real.
    CFC FOR LIFE!!

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