- Chelsea hit a stag in negotiation for Willian new contract.
- Willian wants the same treatment fellow Brazilian received.
- Makalele linked with a job at Chelsea.
Willian and Chelsea are in talks over the signing of a new contract, reports show that the Blues have rejected a £35million bid from Barcelona in the quest to sign the Brazilian.
The 30-year-old Brazilian only have a year left on his current contract with Chelsea, the winger wants a two-year contract extension.
Although, there is a glaring difference between the David Luiz contract signature and Willian’s current situation, in which Luiz contract was already running out this summer before he was offered an extension.
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The Blues only wants to offer a year extension contract to Willian in addition to what he currently has.
But it seems as though the club has hit a stag in the negotiation has both parties are yet to reach an agreement.
Chelsea is facing a two-window transfer ban and is under duress to utilize what they currently have at hand with no many options available.
Meanwhile, Makelele the French international and former Chelsea player has been rumoured for a return to Stamford Bridge as part of the huge coaching staff overhaul this summer.
The 46-year-old retired veteran defensive midfielder quits his job as the manager of KAS Eupen in the Belgian league, and he’s now linked with a move to Chelsea to work with the club’s loan players.
We also recently reported on Willian Poised to put the past behind him.
Chelsea midfielder Willian is determined to put his past troubles at Chelsea under former manager Antonio Conte behind him.
The Brazilian appeared frustrated last season prior to Conte’s sack from the club.
Reports suggested that Willian would leave Chelsea in the summer and the player recently gave credence to the reports when he revealed that he would have left if Conte had remained in charge.