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Blues pick top teams

PREMIERSHIP champions Chelsea have shortlisted three firms to build the football club a new training academy in Surrey.

The club is hoping to reduce its reliance on owner Roman Abramovich's millions and start producing homegrown stars.

The academy has been planned for the leafy village of Stoke D'Abernon, close to its current site at Cobham.

Dean and Dyball, John Sisk and Walter Lilley are all working up bids for the £15 million project which will be awarded next month.Work will start this autumn.The development will feature nearly 3,500 sq m of training and office space.