- David Luiz reportedly agrees a year extension in his deal with Chelsea
- The 31-year-old has a year left in his current deal at Stamford Bridge
- The Brazilian international has had two spells with the north London club
David Luiz has agreed a one-year extension in his current deal with Chelsea, according to reports in Brazil.
The 31-year-old's current £120,000-a-week deal expires in June and the Brazil international is free to speak to non-English clubs about a move in the summer.
However the Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica defender has always maintained he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge.
According to Goal, Luiz agents had a meeting with Chelsea who usually offer players over the age of 30 a one-year extensions.
The Brazilian is one of Maurizio Sarri's favourite players having recalled him to his starting line up in place of Andreas Christensen.
Luiz has now played more than half of the games he featured for the Blues than he did under former boss Antonio Conte last term.
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It is understood that negotiation for Liuz's new deal has been deadlocked due to the player's representative Kia Joorabchian giving his own financial terms to Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia.
However, Joorabchian has said that the club are working together to keep Luiz at the West London side.
He told SunSport recently: "Contrary to some reports we are in a very amicable situation with Chelsea.
"We are trying to work out a deal for David Luiz because he wants to stay, the manager wants him to stay and so does the club.
"I'm sure something will be worked out."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chelsea star Willian is upbeat compatriot David Luiz will reach an agreement with club chiefs and extend his stay at Stamford Bridge.
According to a UK Metro report, Luiz’s current deal at west London expires at the end of the current campaign and Chelsea are not keen offering the 30-year-old Luiz more than 12-month extension, as it is the club’s policy.
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