Brazil central defender is massively popular with the Blues faithful.
There are still doubts about the long-term future of Chelsea defender David Luiz following the appointment of head coach Jose Mourinho in the Stamford Bridge dug-out, says the Daily Express.
The Brazil international, who is already a huge favourite with the Stamford Bridge faithful, has only been in west London for the past two-and-a-half seasons, having joined the Blues from Portuguese giants Benfica for 25 million euros on a five-and-a-half-year deal in Jan 2011.
And in the intervening two-and-a-half years, the 26-year-old has proved himself to be an absolutely integral part of the Chelsea squad, operating at both centre back and as defensive midfield player in 109 matches in all competitions for the club, and scoring 12 goals in the process, including six strikes in 62 Premier League contests.
However, it had been suggested that the new Chelsea boss wanted to offload the player, however, that is believed to not now be the case, with Mourinho keen to see how Luiz fares in training in the build-up to the new campaign.