Brazil's Willian eager to quit Chelsea despite Sarri’s plea to stay

Brazil's Willian eager to quit Chelsea despite Sarri’s plea to stay

- Willian is ready to leave Chelsea despite the arrival of Italian manager Maurizio Sarri

- The Brazilian is believed to have spoken with compatriot Philippe Coutinho about Nou Camp

- Barcelona are one of the teams interested in signing Willian this summer

Chelsea’s Willian is ready to leave the Stamford Bridge outfit this summer despite the arrival of Italian manager Maurizio Sarri.

According to the UK Sun report, the Selacao midfielder was not in good terms with ex-boss Antonio Conte last campaign over negative tactics employed by the Premier League side.

However, Sarri's arrival to West London seems to be turning things around as the Italian is expected to change Chelsea’s pattern of play to free-flowing side.

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The report further added that despite Sarri’s assurances, the Brazilian has made up his mind to leave Stamford Bridge this transfer window.

Already, Belgium duo of Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois are eyeing a potential move away from the London club, thus presenting Sarri with the prospects of losing three key members of the Blues squad, less than a week after taking over from compatriot Antonio Conte.

The former Napoli manager on Wednesday pleaded with unhappy squad members to hand him a chance to turn things around by training with him for 7 days and see how positively the team could flourish during his tenure.

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However, Willian appears not concerned with the prospect of a potential summer switch to either Barcelona or Manchester United on the cards.

Meanwhile, previously had reported that Barcelona are set to offer Ousmane Dembele plus cash to Chelsea for want-away star Eden Hazard.

According to UK Sun report, Hazard used the moments after winning the World Cup third spot with Belgium to issue a come-and-get-me plea to Europe’s top clubs.

The 27-year-old's long-term suitors, Real Madrid, need new attacking talents after selling Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.

Barcelona’s attacking line-up looked settled with Lionel Messi supported by Philippe Coutinho, Luis Suarez and Dembele.

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