Willian has supposedly yet to take a choice in regards to his future - he is hanging tight for another proposal from Chelsea before getting into converses with different clubs.
Brazilian news source UOL report that the winger has dismissed a 2-year bargain offered by the Blues and needs a 3-year contract with the group.
As of now, there is no opportunities for the 31-year-old to move back to Brazil; he needs to spend at any rate the following 3 years of his profession in Europe.
Since his landing in the club in August 2013, Chelsea have played 379 matches and he has played in 337 of them, which implies practically 90% of the games.
Be that as it may, the club is hesitant to offer a 3-year bargain given his age and potential injury issues - this was additionally announced by The Athletic before.
If an offer doesn't get through, the UOL report adds that Willian could hope to make a transition to Tottenham Hotspur as he would like to remain in London.
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