Tito Vilanova & David Luiz
Francesc Tito Vilanova i Bayó (17 September 1968 – 25 April 2014) was a Catalan manager and footballer who played as a central midfielder. David Luiz Moreira Marinho (born 22 April 1987), known as David Luiz, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Chelsea in the Premier League./5
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Chelsea Agree to Sell £40m Pair to Barcelona as Jose Mourinho Sanctions Sale Stamford Bridge side to accept Nou Camp offer for Blues duo. Incoming Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to allow defenders Branislav Ivanovic and David Luiz compete a £40m move to Barcelona as the Portuguese manager sets about re-structuring his Stamford Bridge squad. The Daily Star states that Mourinho will sanction the sale to Barcelona to help boost his transfer funds ahead of a summer spending spree. Nou Camp boss Tito Vilanova could certainly do with strengthening his defence and will have to fork out £30m for highly rated Brazilian Luiz and another £10m for adaptable Serbian Ivanovic. Such a move would leave Chelsea light at the back but Mourinho has already set his sights on young Frenchman Eliaquim Mangala, who has been impressive at FC Porto this season. Mourinho will not be given a blank cheque by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and in order to meet the financial requirements needed to secure the talents he hopes t ...
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Pep Guardiola has already lined up his first major coup as he prepares to take the reins of Bayern Munich next season. The former Barcelona boss is set to unleash a £50 million bid for Tottenham's Gareth Bale, the Daily Mail reports. It is claimed Guardiola will be given a total transfer budget of over £100 million this summer, and Bale is his top priority. The in-form Spurs winger has long been linked with Real Madrid and Barcelona, but the opportunity to work under Guardiola may see him switch to the Bundesliga instead. Barcelona, meanwhile, are looking to shore up the other end of the pitch, as they plot a move for Chelsea defender David Luiz. Barca boss Tito Vilanova has targeted Luiz, and the Daily Express states that a deal in the region of £21 million could be in the offing. Chelsea may be reluctant to part with Luiz, but such a hefty transfer fee could see them persuaded in the summer. Speculation over Chelsea's managerial position continues to rumble on, with the Daily Mirror claiming Malaga b ...
Soccer Gossip: Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova has made Chelsea Brazilian defender David Luiz, 25, his number one summer target.
Tito Vilanova, manager of Barcelona, has made Chelsea defender David Luiz his number one transfer target. (Source: ESPN)
By shruthiprem:- Tito Vilanova is believed to be targeting Chelsea star David Luiz from Stamford Bridge during the summer transfer window. The Barcelona boss has realised that the central defence is the weakest in his team. Alex Song and Javier Mascherano were often asked to fill in during various…
Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova to lunch bid for Chelsea defenders David Luiz and Branislav Ivanovic as he looks to beef up his defence.
REVEALED: Barcelona's star-studded 11-man shopping list Barcelona chiefs have drawn up an 11-man shopping list to fill three positions this summer. Sport says Barca want to add a new left-back, centre-half and centre-forward to Tito Vilanova's squad for the new season. The names for wing-back under consideration are: David Alaba (Bayern Munich), Jordi Alba (Valencia), Siqueira (Granada) and Gareth Bale. For centre-half: Thiago Silva (AC Milan), David Luiz (Chelsea), Jan Vertonghen (Ajax), Javi Martinez (Athletic Bilbao). And centre-forward: Fernando Llorente (Athletic Bilbao), Adrian (Atletico Madrid), Robin van Persie (Arsenal). My Take This vilanova man be like say na mourinho friend o! But Where is the money to buy these stars going to come from o!
David Luiz could be the subject of an enquiry from Barcelona at the end of the season, according to the Daily Mirror . Barcelona have already turned their attentionto planning for the summer transfer window with their hopes of winning La Liga and the Champions League over, with incoming boss Tito Vilanova said to be a fan of the former Benfica centre-back. Luiz signed on the dotted line for the Blues 14 months ago in a deal worth around £24 million, with The Mirror claiming that a fee of around £30 million is required in order to prize the 25-year-old away from Stamford Bridge . The Brazilian international has come in for his fair share of criticism this season, with Former Manchester United full-back Gary Neville comparing his style of defending to that of a "ten-year-old on a Playstation”. However Luiz has won over his detractors in recent months with a string of fine performances, although injury looks likely to curtail his season early. Reports surfaced this week that Barcelona are ready for an ov ...
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