- Willian is on the verge of joining Tottenham from Chelsea
- The Brazilian is said to have agreed deal with Mourinho's side
- Mourinho coached Willian at Chelsea during his second spell
Brazilian football star Willian who plays for Chelsea has reportedly agreed deal to join former manager Jose Mourinho at Premier League side Tottenham.
The current contract Willian has with Chelsea will be coming to an end this summer and there has been no fruitful discussion for the possibility of him extending his stay.
Willian who has been playing for Chelsea for the past seven years wants three-year deal, but the Stamford Bridge landlords are not ready to change their policy on the contract they offer players above 30 years.
According to the report on UK Mirror, Willian's family want to remain in London and they see their breadwinner joining Spurs as the best option they've got.
It was Jose Mourinho who signed Willian for Chelsea in 2013 during his second spell with the Blues and they have been keeping touch since the Portuguese left Stamford Bridge.
BeIN Sports presenter Richard Keys reported that the deal is already agreed and Willian will be following Mourinho to the Blues' bitter rivals.
"He's (Willian) another one that has already spoken to Jose Mourinho, he's on his way to Tottenham," Keys told the Keys & Gray show.
Meanwhile, the two clubs involved have not made an official statement on the current development that has to do with Willian.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea are reportedly ready to show their striker Michy Batshuayi the exit doors this summer following his failure to impress his managers at the club.
The Belgian star moved to Stamford Bridge from Olympique Marseille in 2016 in a deal valued around £33 million back then.
Having made 24 appearances so far this campaign, the 26-year-old has scored six goals and two assists across competitions for the Blues, but it seems the figure is not good enough for his bosses.
Due to his lack of impact, Chelsea have had to send him on loan to Dortmund, Valencia and Crystal Palace, hoping he would up his game on his return but nothing appears to have changed.
The London club is now ready to offload the attacker as Frank Lampard is ready to sign a quality replacement when the transfer window opens.
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