Barcelona eye move for Chelsea star Willian

Roman Abramovich

Roman Abramovich

Willian vowed to focus on the World Cup and look at his future after returning from Russian Federation but Brazil were dumped out on Friday as they lost 2-1 to Belgium in the quarter-final.

The Telegraph has also reported on the possibility of Chelsea selling Willian, also a target for Manchester United, but state the Blues would rather he left for a club overseas instead of a Premier League rival.

According to Mundo Deportivo claiming that Willian has informed Kia Joorabchian to make it possible for him to move to Nou Camp to join La Liga Champions this summer but Jose Mourinho wants to reunite with former Blues player at Old Trafford.

Chelsea are yet to sanction any major deals with the uncertainty over their managerial situation but the next few weeks should give a clear indication - with the transfer window closing on the Thursday prior to the new Premier League season.

Willian to wave goodbye to Chelsea? Manchester United certainly seem to have this idea.

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Chelsea want to axe Conte, but are reluctant to fork out his £9million compensation fee, as well as pay Napoli the figure they are demanding for Sarri.

Football London say that United may get their wish, too, with the Blues aware his value will only dwindle with time.

He still has a contract at Stamford Bridge until 2020 and has won the club's Players' Player of the Year award in two of the past three seasons. "I worked with Mourinho and I became his friend as well", he said.

"He has put his trust in me and in my work, and I was very grateful to him".

Any move for Willian would be conditioned by the future of other players in the Barca squad, as they already have their full quota of non-EU players.

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