Date: 8th July 2018 at 11:45am
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The future of our Brazilian midfielder-cum-winger Willian has generated further column inches in the media today.

The prospect of Willian calling time on his Chelsea career continues to appear to gather momentum.

The first piece of speculation we stumbled upon comes courtesy of the popular tabloid publication, the Sun, which infers that now Brazil have exited the 2018 World Cup, at the hands of Belgium, Manchester United are confident of sealing a deal for the 29-year-old player.

However, closer to Manchester, there are doubts that any such deal could happen with the Manchester Evening News, covering the insinuation that Willian could be bound for Barcelona with it being implied that none other than Lionel Messi wanting to link up with a player, who on his day, can be a world beater.

Here at Vital Chelsea, we’d like to re-iterate that our belief is that the club should do its utmost to keep the player but if a deal is to be done let’s, at least, make sure that he goes to the Nou Camp and doesn’t follow what is now becoming a familiar route from Stamford Bridge to Old Trafford.

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