Willian Borges da Silva has publicly solidified his loyalty for Chelsea as the Brazilian vows to play even without contract if it necessitates so.
The COVID19 epidermic is greatly affecting football worldwide and is also gonna affect players who their contracts would be expiring in few month. Willian is one.
The Brazilian after failing to bag a 3 years contract due to the Blues policies was handed a 2 years contract on his last extension but the 31-year-old is keen keep playing with his team mates.
Chelsea signed Willian back in 2013 after his dangerous performances when the Blues battled Shakter Donestk. Willian is grateful for the ladder Chelsea brought in for him and he has vouched to be loyal to the club.
Earlier he has let down offers from European Champions as Barcelona despite pay reduce from Chelsea.
Lately, the Brazilian in a Facebook chat with Esporte Interactivo medium expressed that he would keep playing in the Blues shirt for as long as he needs to while the COVID19 alters proper proceedings even if it appears he would have no contract for that.
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“If I had to play on those dates, in these months, I think that it would not be a problem for me to finish the league of in a way that was faithful to the club , as they always were with me. “
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“But without a doubt, as always, I will always be ready to give the best to my club, regardless of my contractual situation. I honestly think my contract ends in July. But it is clear that this is not a certainty, we do not know what can happen, “said Willian.
At the other end are Barcelona who haven’t killed their interest in having the winger and are likely to relaunch their bid with a tempting offer that might have them hijack Willan.
Also are there Juventus who are experts in acquiring players who are without contracts, and wouldn’t even blink before coming for Borges da Silva once they learn he has become a free agent.
The Blues have to carve out a contract for Willian who probably is planning to retire at the club. Pedro, Willy Caballero, Olivier Giroud and Van Ginkel are also other players who would be free to sign other clubs if they don’t get a renewal by June 30th.