Date: 30th September 2019 at 11:27am
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Over on mainland Europe, it’s interesting to see that one of the giants of European football, Barcelona, are not having things all their own way.

The Catalan side have had a poor start to their domestic season and currently, lie fourth in the La Liga table.

The pressure is on their boss, Ernesto Valverde, to turn things around.

Interestingly, according to the Spanish media source, mundodeportivo, Barcelona are looking towards Stamford Bridge to add to their squad with our 31-year-old Brazilian winger, Willian, in their sights.

The Spanish club are acutely aware that Willian’s contract expires at the end of the season and could secure the services of the player in January, either for a fee Chelsea might be grateful for mindful of the fact he could leave for nothing next summer or via a pre-contract agreement.

With Callum Hudson-Odoi and Christian Pulisic seen as the future of Chelsea’s wing-play it is a deal we perceive could go through.

Interestingly, the goal Willian scored against Brighton this weekend, a goal that gave Chelsea a 2-0 lead, was the first he had scored in 17 Premier League appearances for Chelsea.

Which leads us on to ask the all-important question, is now the time to contemplate selling Willian?

Here at Vital Chelsea, we’d appreciate your thoughts on the above subject matter in the comment facility beneath this article.

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10 Replies to “Struggling European Giants Look To Chelsea To Revive Their Flagging Fortunes”

  • Its the right time.with due respect to a guy who has done tremendously well for the blues.we need to cash in.thats our reward for the years we had given him.at this great club.

  • Just watched Chelsea Liverfool again under low pressure and I’m terribly shocked at the level of officiating.
    So many kick on willian at the start of the game, poor judgement on the two fouls and robbery on Azpi’s goal. Who was off? Willian? After some minutes of play, you consult var?
    Bunch of A H

  • I think keep Willian and send barkley out he’s a tool not only is he not chelsea material but he never will be its another sidwell scenario

  • It’s time to let willian go 1 goal in 17 games is not good enough for chelsea he took over the number 10 shirt and done nothing to warrant it Pedro gives100 percent every time he plays willian is half his age also Hudson shows he’s committed to the cause cash in while we can

  • Hes a good player and an asset for the team, but now that his contract is shrinking off he can be sold while at the same time the manager moulds pulisic and odoi to scale up on their wingers role.

  • Absolutely. 2 many passes from willian goes astray nowadays. I agree Chelsea’s future is definitely Hudson-Odoi and Pulisic

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