Chelsea fans see headline taking Brazilian get told to make summer move!

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Chelsea midfielder Willian has been urged to leave the club at the end of the season, by one of his former coaches.

There has been talk that he could be leaving at the end of the season as reports in the media have suggested that we may not be willing to offer him a new contract because of his age, and may be willing to let him leave the club on a free transfer, with the likes of Juventus and Barcelona eyeing up a possible deal

But despite his impending arrival in the summer, recent reports even claimed the transfer will not impact Willian, and that the club and the stars representatives were still in talks to try and agree a deal that would allow him to stay at the club for the next few years, but that was not the case.

The Brazilian himself came out and admitted that his time at the Bridge was coming to an end as talks had stopped over a new deal, and with the COVID19 stopping all football, no contract seems to be in sight for Willian.

Brazil international Willian spent six seasons at Shakhtar Donetsk earlier in his career and his manager while in Ukraine, Mircea Lucescu, believes it may be time for him to leave west London, the Romanian boss told TutuJuve

‘He has been at Chelsea for many years and perhaps it is time for a change. ‘The London club fell in love with his performances when they faced us in the Champions League.’

Asked whether he would recommend Juventus to Willian, Lucescu added: ‘Absolutely, yes. ‘I would be very happy if Willian had to choose Juventus. It would be exceptional to see him wearing that shirt.’

If and when Willian leaves the club will be a sad day as he has been a great player for us over the past few seasons.

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