“Willian the Chelsea winger player emerges to be on his way to Arsenal having reportedly agreed terms to sign the Brazilian on a two-year deal confirmed on Wednesday morning by a ‘leaked’ footage from PES 2021.”
Willian, who turns 32 next week and had initially reportedly turned down a lucrative contract offer from Major League Soccer in order to stay in the Premier League, could earn as much as £150,000 a week at Arsenal, up £30,000 a week as compared d to his current salary at Chelsea.
The Blues’ 2019-2020 campaign is not yet concluded as they prepare to face Bayern Munich in the second league of a Champions League this weekend and Willian is expected to miss out, even though the he could still stay at the Blues if they give him a three-year deal but then speculations have it that he had already rejected an extension contract from Chelsea hence his future and plans remains a little unclear.
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The attacker having produced 11 goals and 9 assists across all competitions that Chelsea has engaged in this season’s premier league proves his productivity pleasant and marketable.
This has attracted a series of rival suitors for Willian including Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United with Barcelona and Inter Miami also having been mentioned just as Le10 Sport says.
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Interestingly Arsenal made it clear on Wednesday that they will make a reduction of 55 members of staff as a result of financial constraints brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. A statement written by head of football Raul Sanllehi and managing director clearly communicated that investment into Arteta’s squad will not be impacted despite the job cuts.
It stated: “Over recent years we have consistently invested in additional staff to take the club forward but with the expected reduction of income in mind,
it is now clear that we must reduce our costs further to ensure we are operating in a sustainable and responsible way, and to enable us to continue to invest in the team.”
This statement therefore seems to have clarified any doubt of Willian linking up with Arsenal.