- Willian could leave Chelsea at the end of the current season after claiming Chelsea are not willing to grant his wish of signing a 3-year deal
- The Brazilian star claims Chelsea are holding up for a 2-year deal
- Willian says he finds himself in a difficult situation
Chelsea star Willian seems to have confirmed that he is leaving the club at the end of the season.
This comes after the Brazilian revealed the Blues are not going about change their mind of giving him more than a 2-year contract as against the 3-year deal he wants.
Despite claiming his career at the Blues remain uncertain, Willian is prepared to sign a short-term extension so he can see out the remainder of the campaign as the Premier League season is due to run at least into July, The Sun reports.
Speaking about his contract situation at Chelsea, Willian said: "It’s a difficult situation.
"Chelsea offered me two years and they are not going to change.
"I don’t know if it will be possible to stay. My goal is to continue working and focus on the remainder of the season, so that Chelsea can continue winning games.
"I have a clear head and I'm focused for the rest of the season that we have left. Let's see what happens."
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that 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.
It was gathered that 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.
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