They say every player has a price.
This morning, flicking through the plethora of media sources available to me, I stumbled across an article, lurking in the Telegraph, that intrigued me and could provoke a response from our readership.
Our referenced source is reporting that Barcelona could be set to make another move to lure Chelsea’s Brazilian winger, Willian, to the Nou Camp.
It’s a piece of transfer tittle-tattle that has graced the media before with our quoted source recalling the fact that the Catalan club had a bid, said to be in the region of £55 million, turned down before.
But with Willian now being 30-years-of-age, is now the time to cash in on a player who could, if Eden Hazard stays and Callum Hudson-Odoi earns that regular starting place, be surplus to requirements?
My own personal view, despite the two-window transfer ban, is that Chelsea should cash in on Willian, after all as the opening to this article suggests, every player has his price.
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