Chelsea's David Luiz (L) challenges Atletico Madrid's Adrian Lopez during their Champions League semi-final second leg soccer match at Stamford Bridge Stadium in London April 30, 2014. (REUTERS/Sergio Perez)
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Paris St. Germain have made a world-record bid for Chelsea defender David Luiz, British paper The Daily Mail reported.PSG do not seem bothered by the possible repercussions, as the Daily Mirror previously reported that the club had also offered Chelsea an astronomical fee for their Belgian talisman Eden Hazard.Chelsea, on the other hand, seem adamant to stick to UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations as they hope to use the sale of Luiz to fund the purchases of Diego Costa and Mario Mandzukic, as they did in January when Jose Mourinho sold Juan Mata to rivals Manchester United for 37.1 million pounds to fund the purchases of Mohammad Salah and Nemanja Matic. Barcelona and Bayern Munich were both previously linked to the Brazilian, with Barcelona hoping to replace their retired captain Carlos Puyol, and Munich hoping to sure up their defense. But neither club is likely to be able to compete with PSG's offer.
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