- Barcelona are knocking on Chelsea door again for their skillful winger Willian
- Barca have renewed their interest in the Brazilian after failing last summer
- Willian has not hit top form under new manager Maurizio Sarri this season
Spanish champions Barcelona have been linked with a move for Chelsea winger Willian in the currently January window.
The Brazilian international has come under fire from a number of Blues fans who have become tired of his poor showing this season.
There were series of drama between the Premier League club, the La Liga side as well as Willian, who was believed to have been planning a move behind the scenes to Spain.
The west London club rejected three bids from the Catalan giants last summer including a £65million offer for the Brazilian.
But the current La Liga leaders have made their interest known in signing the out-of-favour winger this January.
And according to British news media outlet Daily Mail, Barca are willing to exchange fellow Brazilian forward Malcom for the Chelsea star.
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On the other hand, Malcom has the same fate as his fellow countryman after failing to live up to the billing at the Camp Nou following his £38 million move from Bordeaux.
Willian whose form has declined this year has only 18 months left on his contract at Stamford Bridge and could leave for free next season.
And the swap deal will be of huge benefit to Chelsea as the Blues will not need to find a replacement for their 30-year-old winger.
Malcom who is still just 21, has proven in the past that he has a big future ahead of him during his spell with Ligue 1 outfit.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier of reported that Premier League giants, Chelsea, are close to landing their second signing in the ongoing January transfer window.
Reports in the UK contend that the Blues could complete the signing of AC Milan star forward Gonzalo Higuain soon.
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