Chelsea: THREE Brazil Players That Mourinho Should Be Moving For This Summer

Chelsea currently have three players in the Brazil World Cup squad and have just sold David Luiz to Paris Saint Germain, so there is an obvious link between the club and country. Oscar, Willian and Ramires are the trio of Brazilians currently competing at the World Cup, but here are three more than I think Jose Mourinho should be moving for this summer.

Chelsea Trio Set To Make Their World Cup Mark For Belgium, But What Can We Expect?

Belgium take on Algeria this afternoon in the Brazil World Cup 2014 and there will be plenty of Chelsea fans taking an interest in the game. A Stamford Bridge trio of Thibaut Courtois, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku are likely to start for the Group H side, which will allow fans of the west London outfit watch their players on the big stage. But what can we expect from them?

Modric To Follow Fabregas To Chelsea? Why Signing Former Spurs Midfielder Would Make Blues Premier League Favourites

Despite landing a blow to bitter London rivals Arsenal by signing Cesc Fabregas, it seems as though Chelsea will be moving for former Totteham favourite Luka Modric. The Real Madrid pass-master is currently at the World Cup with Croatia, but if he was to sign for the Stamford Bridge this summer then I would suggest that they would be favourites for the Premier League title next season.

Green Light: Real Madrid Ready To Swoop For Chelsea General – I Think They Should Let Him Go

Real Madrid are usually a club who get who they want when it comes to player recruitment. They have boasted some of the best players in the world, including Brazilian Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Figo, Raul, David Beckham and most recently Gareth Bale. Zinedine Zidane and Roberto Carlos are also notable names. Now they have apparently been given the green light to swoop for Chelsea midfielder Ramires.

Twitter Reacts: Arsenal Fans Vent Their Anger Over Chelsea Signing Fabregas

When Fabregas upped sticks and left his boyhood club Barcelona to join the Arsenal youth ranks, no one could have known how much impact he would have at the club. After over 300 first team appearances and 57 for the Gunners he returned to Camp Nou, only to sign for Arsenal’s London rivals Chelsea this week. Needless to say, those affiliated with the Emirates club aren’t too happy.