- Willian says he is looking forward to have superb working relationship under new Chelsea coach Sarri
- The Brazilian winger revealed that it was difficult working under former Chelsea coach Antonio Conte
- Willian played for Chelsea last Sunday in their 2-0 Community Shield defeat against Manchester City
Brazil international Willian has stated clearly that he hopes to have a good working relationship with new Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri unlike his predecessor Antonio Conte who was difficult to work it.
Willian has been seriously linked with a move away from the Blues after the end of the 2018 FIFA World Cup before he finally confirmed that he will stay at Stamford Bridge.
The 29-year-old Willian appeared on ESPN show Resenha where he was asked how he is looking forward to working under Sarri in the 2018/19 Premier League season.
"I hope he’s not the same as Conte.
"I’m joking, I think Conte was a manager, for me particularly, very difficult to work with. His philosophy, his logistics, to manage there, is very complicated.
“I’ve had some games that you don’t understand, you’re playing very well and are taken out, you don’t understand, twice I headed out of the game and went straight to the dressing room.
"So it was a bit difficult working with him. But in life we learn from that too,'' the Brazilian winger explained.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brazil international Willian rubbished reports linking him with a move away from Chelsea and has committed his future to the Stamford Bridge landlords.
Willian has been a summer transfer target for Manchester United and Barcelona with the Old Trafford club said to be ready to beat the the Spanish champions to his signing, but he has made it clear that he is happy in London.
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