Barcelona have been keeping an eye on Willian.
Now he has has ruled out the possibility of a move.
Chelsea winger Willian says he could be completely satisfied to remain on the membership till he is 40 years outdated and is at present in talks over his future. The 31-year-old is because of be out of contract on the finish of the season and has beforehand been a switch goal for Barcelona.
The Brazilian has loved a major enhancement in type in current weeks, most just lately scoring twice as Chelsea beat Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday. Regardless of being free to enter pre-contract negotiations with international golf equipment in January, Willian revealed he has already started talks with Chelsea over his future.
Interviewed Willian today. Says he’d stay at Chelsea until he’s 40 if he could. Loves Chelsea. Wants to stay. Talks with club about new deal ongoing. Rules out leaving in January. Out of contract in the summer.— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) December 24, 2019
Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “I have stated several times my wish is to stay at Chelsea. I like the club very much, I feel very welcomed here, as well as my family, and we love living in London. However, I am in the middle of the season and I try not to think about it so as not to lose focus on the field. My agent and the club are talking and I hope we can have some good news soon.
“Everybody is aware of how I really like this membership and the way I take pleasure in to play for Chelsea. If I can, I will keep right here until I am 40 years old. In transfer windows, it is normal to have bids and speculations, especially for players who are in the final contract. But my focus is 100% on Chelsea and the season,” he concluded.
Willian joined the London side from Russian side Anzhi in 2013 for a reported transfer fee of €35.5 million, and has since gone on to make 315 for the Blues, while also winning two Premier Leagues, one Europa League, an FA Cup and a League Cup.
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