Reports: Willian likely to be heading to Juventus by next summer

Reports: Willian likely to be heading to Juventus by next summer
LILLE, FRANCE - OCTOBER 02: Willian #10 of Chelsea FC looks on before the UEFA Champions League group H match between Lille OSC and Chelsea FC at Stade Pierre Mauroy on October 2, 2019 in Lille, France. (Photo by Catherine Steenkeste/Getty Images)

Willian might be on his way out of Stamford Bridge as he is yet to extend his contract which will be expiring by next summer.

Popular Italian sports outlet, Calciomercato has claimed that Chelsea winger, Willian would supposedly leave the club by next year summer in pursuit for proper playtime elsewhere.

The Brazilian got on the score-sheet yesterday night as Frank Lampard picked up first Champions League win of his career.

Calciomercato also claimed Juventus is the only club Willian will likely be heading to but the Old Lady might be considerate on age factors as the former Shaktar Donetsk man would be turning 32 before then.

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Willian is likely to get more time on the pitch if he succeeds in reuniting with his former boss, Maurizio Sarri but the Blues are yet to confirm the winger would be leaving by summer.

Following the Blues win against Lille, Willian expressed his thoughts and also what he expects on their next Champions league fixtures which would have the English team go back to back with Group Leaders, Ajax.

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‘For sure it will be a tough game and we need to prepare well for this game,’ Wilian said.

Ajax has had a very good start on the Champions League this season as they look to lifting the trophy after crashing out on their last campaign following a shocking defeat from Tottenham.

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‘We know how difficult it is going to be,’ Willian continued, ‘but I think we can do the same job as we did on Wednesday night. We have to work together like we are doing and then results are going to come like this one.

‘We deserved to win and we needed to win. We have worked hard every day and the lads did an amazing job against Lille. It is a tough place to play, Lille have a good team, they play well so we did a great job and we have to carry on in the same way.’

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