£150,000-A-Week Forward Could Leave Chelsea During The Summer
Willian Borges insists he has unfinished business in Europe but plans to play in the MLS before the end of his career as speculation over his future intensifies. Brazil international is destined to become a free agent at the end of the campaign and appears likely to leave Chelsea despite enjoying a renaissance under the management of his former partner Frank Lampard. £150,000-A-Week Forward Could Leave Chelsea During The Summer
Borges signed a short-term deal that will take him up to the end of the current season but is likely to seek a new challenge thereafter unless Blues changes their stance and offer him the three-year contract he is seeking.
The likes of Gunners and Spurs have been linked with a move for the experienced forward and Willian is confident he still has many offers at the top level. £150,000-A-Week Forward Could Leave Chelsea During The Summer
‘‘I have plans to stay in Europe and try to play here maybe for three or four more seasons,” the 31-year-old winger said. ‘I believe I can still perform at a high level. After that, when I will be 35, 36 years old, I intend to go to the USA and play there. It is a goal that I have.
The London giants will have one last crack at persuading the Brazilian forward to commit his future to the club but are unlikely to offer a player who turns 32 in August anything more than a two-year contract.
The London giants have already added Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech to their already exciting attacking options. Kai Havertz could yet arrive from Bayer Leverkusen as well to further strengthen Frank Lampard’s creative arsenal, but he stays keen for Willian Borges to stay.