Willian: My future is at Chelsea

Rex Christensen
January 13, 2019

But reports claim Barcelona have upped their interest in Willian, and are prepared to offer a tasty deal this month.

Barcelona are reported to have offered Willian's unsettled compatriot Malcom plus cash to land the 29-year-old, but Chelsea remain determined to keep hold of the former Shakhtar Donetsk winger and the player maintains he his happy in west London.

Additionally, the fact that the possibility of Callum Hudson-Odoi departing from the Bridge can not be ruled out only adds to Chelsea's hesitancy in letting Willian join Barcelona.

So there you have it - Chelsea think Willian, 30, is worth more than £50m and they don't want to lose a key player, despite the fact they'd be getting a top talent in return. Barcelona then went ahead with Malcom. "You are trying to let me speak about something I don't know".

Sarri said: "I didn't receive anything".

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"No, because I have the option with Hazard in this position", said Sarri earlier this month when asked about signing a centre forward. "He has the potential to score more".

Chelsea secured a late 2-1 triumph over Newcastle United on the road in the reverse fixture and they can anticipate another tricky test with the Magpies likely to adopt a defensive approach to frustrate them.

If Morata does leave, Sarri will be insisting on a replacement.

"With Eden [Hazard] as a striker, we need wingers". "I found the space and I put the ball exactly where I wanted to put it".

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