Found August 01, 2013 on Soccerlens:
Should Chelsea sign Sami Khedira? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Last season’s Europa League winners Chelsea have been linked with Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira all throughout this summer. Following Chelsea appointing manager Jose Mourinho, formerly of Real Madrid, for his second stint with the London side, a host of Madrid players have been rumoured to be on their way to Stamford Bridge. However, Khedira is one player Mourinho has been actively looking to sign. The 26-year old has become an effective box-to-box midfielder for the La Liga runners-up. Last season, the German international made 25 league appearances for Real Madrid, scoring three goals. Chelsea have emerged the favourites to procure his signature not just because of the Jose Mourinho link, but because of their desperate needs for a quality natural central-midfielder player. John Obi Mikel has been linked with a move away from the side, and Michael Essien won’t be guaranteed a starting place with his ong...
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