Chelsea forward Willian wants to sign a new long-term contract with the Blues and play in Stamford Bridge several years more. Brazil international was heavily linked with European clubs during the summer transfer window but finally, he stayed in London. Man United, Barcelona and Real Madrid were keen to sign him but Chelsea rejected all offers.
The Brazilian winger joined the London club from Anzhi in 2013 with a €35m deal. He became a key player for the club and played numerous games excellently since joining. Willian had a difficult relationship with Chelsea ex-manager Antonio Conte as 30-year-old mainly sat on the bench, but after Maurizio Sarri arrived in London he decided to stay with the Blues several years more.
Willian is contracted with Chelsea until 2020 and his release clause is nearly £70m. Last season he made 64 appearances, scored 14 goals and made 8 assists in all competition. This is an amazing result and he can do much more in this campaign. Brazilian forward also named in national team squad for the Mundial and helped them to reach the quarterfinals, but after losing 2-1 against Belgium they kicked out from the competition. Willian played fantastically during the World Cup.