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Ex-Blue identifies 2 reasons why Chelsea and Willian are at stalemate over new contract

Willian's all-encompassing momentary arrangement at Stamford Bridge lapses toward the finish of the postponed 2019-20 season. 

Sutton concedes the 31-year-old is 'an extremely important' player for Chelsea however brings up that fresh introductions Ziyech and Werner are fit for supplanting him in the wide regions. 

The previous striker feels that Lampard is searching for 'something somewhat extraordinary', which could be one reason for not offering Willian another arrangement. 

The ex-Celtic star says he wouldn't be astounded if the Brazilian winds up at Tottenham as he despite everything has 'a decent barely any years' left in him. 

"I believe he's an extremely significant player yet the reality [Hakim] Ziyech is coming in and [Timo] Werner and they have players who can play in those wide regions, I think Frank [Lampard] is searching for something somewhat extraordinary," the previous Chelsea man told Stadium Astro (by means of the Express). 

"I wouldn't be astounded to see him end up at some place like Spurs in case I'm absolutely fair," Sutton proceeded. "I believe he's despite everything got a decent barely any years in him left." 

Willian's agreement question with Chelsea has been all around archived in the course of recent months: the Brazilian is as yet waiting for another three-year bargain while the Blues are just arranged to offer him a two-year augmentation to his ebb and flow 120,000 seven days contract. 

The 31-year-old has been in shocking structure since the restart and has been associated with seven goals for the Blues, including a game dominating extra shot against Man City. 

The Brazilian, who has been connected with a free exchange to Tottenham, has delighted in the most productive crusade of his Chelsea vocation this term, amassing 11 goals and 9 assists 45 appearances over all competitions.

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