Arsenal closely following contract situation of Chelsea star: report

    Arsenal are comprehended to be keeping track of the contract situation of Chelsea winger Willian, a report from Mundo Deportivo declares.

    The Brazil international has less than 3 months staying on his existing handle the west London giants and he has actually just recently confessed that the Blues hesitate to satisfy his needs for a three-year contract.

    Still, the 31- year-old remains devoted to the Europa League holders for the campaign and he has actually validated that he would want to sign a short-term offer beyond June to finish the staying fixtures.

    Afterwards, the forward is most likely to be on the move and Mundo Deportivo declares that the Gunners and Paris Saint-Germain are amongst the prominent clubs, who are ‘closely following’ the player’s procedures.

    Barcelona have actually likewise been pointed out in the report however it is recommended that they will prioritise the re-signing of Neymar, having failed to sign Willian during the previous 2 summer transfer windows.

    Willian has actually just recently specified his desire to stay in the Premier League next season and Tottenham Hotspur have currently been determined as one of the competitors to land his signature.

    Nevertheless, the Gunners might have their state on the player’s future, considering they would supply the Brazilian an option option to stay in the English capital next season.

    On the other hand, Willian’s representative Kia Joorabchian stays a close partner of Arsenal’s technical director Edu which might assist their potential customers of landing the knowledgeable winger ahead of their north London competitors.

    Since of the coronavirus pandemic,

    Arsenal might work on a decreased budget this summer in the middle of the financial effect. Apart from Willian, they have actually been linked with Bosman relocations for Paris Saint-Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa and Napoli’s Dries Mertens.

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