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Real Madrid’s Pepe is turning into a summer target for Chelsea

The Portuguese centre-half of Real Madrid, Pepe has reportedly entered the radar of Chelsea and Jose Mourinho. Pepe is 32 years old but even at his fairly elevated age, he still manages to play at a high level and is a regular starter in Real Madrid.

It does remain unclear as if Pepe will be able to play at that same high level if he makes a move to the Premier League and joins Chelsea.

Pepe has a contract with Real Madrid which extends until the end of next summer but for a transfer fee of around €11 million it’s rumoredto be enough for Chelsea to sign the defender and lure him away from the Santiago Bernabeu.

Real Madrid’s Pepe has a very aggressive playing style and it doesn’t even come as a surprise to see him receiving yellow or red cards constantly throughout each season. Despite his hostile nature, Pepe is highly rated and considered to be one of the best defenders in the world as he isn’t afraid to give it everything he has in the pitch in every single match.

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Arsene Wenger dismisses about his Club in Race of Title Race

Arsene Wenger has dismissed suggestions that his club are in the title race after closing the gap to Chelsea in the last few weeks. The advantage held by the West London outfit has been reduced to just seven points amidst poor form.

Arsenal, on the other hand, recently managed to secure their sixth consecutive victory in the league after a 2-1 score against Newcastle United. This has reduced the gap to a manageable level with eight matches left in the season. Even though Chelsea do have a game in hand, Jose Mourinho has been quick to suggest that Arsenal are in the title race.

Concerned that this would put unnecessary pressure on the team, Wenger stated that his team are merely concentrating on finishing in the second spot. There is a real possibility of Arsenal finishing above Manchester City, who have managed only four league victories in the last 10 matches. City are only one point above Arsenal following this weekend’s results. It was only recently that they suffered a shock 1-0 defeat against Burnley. More key matches are set to threaten the reigning Premier league champions in the last few weeks of the season. Arsenal also have tough matches against the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea.

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Jose Mourinho opens up on January Transfer

Jose Mourinho has opened up on the highly controversial transfer saga involving Chelsea and Liverpool over the transfer of Steven Gerrard.

The Liverpool captain came close to moving to Stamford Bridge back in 2005 when he was on the cusp of becoming one of the greatest midfielders in the world. Gerrard was yet to enter into his peak back then, but he had just helped Liverpool win the European cup on a famous night in Istanbul. Chelsea reportedly made an offer of £ 30 million and the transfer was close to being completed before Gerrard pulled out of the deal.

Mourinho has accepted that the failure to get the former England international remains as the biggest regret that he has had in his managerial career.

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Real Madrid, Man City circle for Chelsea football chief Arnesen

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