Juventus looking at possibility of signing Willian on free transfer

Willian last week again made it clear that he’s happy at Chelsea and sees his future with the Premier League club.

The Italian champions have distinctly picked up the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Sami Khedira, Adrian Rabiot and Andrea Pirlo all on free transfers in recent years and now they are looking to do the same with 31-year-old Willian.

The Brazilian is one of those players who goes a bit under the radar at Stamford Bridge, he’s always dominated by someone else but his performances over the years have been great.

Willian scored 52 goals in 298 games for Chelsea

Willian fantastic from set-pieces while being extremely hard working in carrying out defensive duties too.

One of those is to win the Champions League with the Blues, and he hopes to have success under Frank Lampard, the fifth manager he’s worked under since moving to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea holds a lot of the power and Willian’s future will largely be dependent on what the club off in terms of renewal, especially given the player’s age.

Monday’s edition of Tuttosport brings forward another option. They state Juventus are looking at the possibility of signing Willian on a free transfer next summer when his contract expires.

Juventus have been kings of the free transfer in recent seasons, and are hoping to take advantage of opportunities again in the coming markets.

What are your thoughts, Blues’ fans? Are we right to allow Willian to leave for free? Let us know.

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