Reports claim Blues are ready to sell Luiz and Traore faces decision

Following reports in the Spanish media that Barcelona are considering tabling a bid for David Luiz, the Express say Chelsea are ready to sell him.

Marca reported on Tuesday that the Catalan giants could offer 35 million euros (around £29m) this month as they believe his market value may increase in the summer if he performs well in the World Cup for Brazil.

And it is claimed that Chelsea would let Luiz go for that price, particularly as they are about to sign Nemanja Matic, who plays in the defensive midfield role Luiz has operated in recently.

Meanwhile, Talksport note that the Italian press believe QPR’s Armand Traore will decide today whether he wants to join Serie A strugglers Livorno.

And Sky have reported that Fulham have made a £2m bid for Leicester City defender Liam Moore, which the Leicester Mercury say has been rejected. 

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