Chelsea defender Luiz talks up Paris Saint-Germain 'project'

The defender insists he only speaks about the French side with his Brazilian team-mates and praised the club's Ligue 1 title victory last season
Chelsea defender David Luiz admits he has spoken at length with his Brazil team-mates about Paris Saint-Germain.

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The 26-year-old is currently with Brazil's squad for the Confederations Cup and partnered Thiago Silva at centre-back in the 3-0 victory over Japan on Saturday evening.

Luiz, who arrived at Stamford Bridge from Benfica in January 2011, has been linked with a move to the French champions this summer, but insists he only talks about the club with his fellow Brazilian players.

"I'm talking a lot about PSG and its project with Brazilian players," Luiz told Telefoot.

"The club did a good job in Ligue 1, and they have very good players like Lucas Moura, Thiago Motta, Maxwell and Thiago Silva. And I don't speak about it with others, just Brazilians."

Luiz has made 109 appearances for the Blues in all competitions since joining from Benfica, scoring 10 goals. He has yet to open his account for the national team.