A round up of news stories this morning about Chelsea.
PSG will make a £38 million bid for Chelsea defender David Luiz according to the Daily Mail.
PSG have reportedly been keen on the Brazilian for some time who has also been linked with a move to Barcelona.
PSG are thought to be in the driving seat ahead of any deal due to the ban placed on Barcelona, which restricts them from signing players.
Jose Mourinho could reportedly risk striker Samuel Eto’o for the second leg of the Champions League clash with PSG.
The Blues go into the second game in London this week, 3-1 behind in the tie after Mourinho criticised his forwards after the game in Paris.
“I wanted Eto'o to be on the bench on Saturday and play 15 or 20 minutes but he was not fit enough. He did not train with the team on Sunday, so we have to see. Maybe I will pick him,” he told the press.
Frank Lampard says the win against Stoke over the weekend was just what the side needed heading into the game with PSG.
Chelsea responded to the defeat in Paris last week with a comfortable 3-0 win against the typically physical Premier League side.
“We started pretty slowly but we quickly got into the game. It was one of those games where to just get a nice, comfortable result was great for us. We can go away now and freshen up for Tuesday,” he told the Chelsea website.