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Ex-Midfielder Willian set to seal Chelsea Return




Arsenal Star Willian hoping for Chelsea return this summer.

Sky Sports reported that the run-away Chelsea star is willing to reunite with his former club Chelsea after spending less than 12 month with the North London team.

Willian joined Arsenal from Chelsea on a free transfer at the end of last summer after finding it difficult to secure a starting spot in Chelsea.

Willian has not found his best form with Arsenal despite spending over 10 months with the London team. The Sky Sports reports claim the Brazilian International is considering leaving Arsenal following a difficult first season with the Gunners.

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However, it was reported that the Arsenal flop is attracting interest from many clubs that could offer the 32-years-old their main target in the summer transfer market.

David Backham’s Inter Miami are the leading side to land the Brazilian midfielder as they seek to bolster their team.

It was reveals that Arsenal are likely attach a reasonable fee on the winger as the North London team looks to source for more funds to revamp their squad.

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Willian featured in 35 games for the Gunners and found the back of the net just once with five assist in all compeitition for Arsenal.

No doubt, Willian is a Chelsea Legend and his name will forever be respected in the West London after helping the blues to three Premier League title, one Champions League, one Europa League and one FA Cup Trophy in his seven seasons in Chelsea.

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