‘I have plans to stay in Europe” – Chelsea forward speaks out about his future amid Arsenal interest

By | July 4, 2020

Chelsea forward, Willian claims he has unfinished business in Europe and plans to play in the MLS before the end of his career as Arsenal and Tottenham are keen on to sign him.

The West London club stalwart is destined to become a free agent after the end of the 2019/20 season and appears likely to depart from Stamford Bridge despite enjoying to work with his former teammate Frank Lampard.

Willian put pen on a short-term contract that will take him up to the end of the current season, however, is likely to seek a fresh challenge thereafter, unless the West London club changes their stance and offer him the three-year contract,

The likes of Tottenham and Arsenal have been rumoured with a move for the talented winger and Willian is confident he still plenty to offer on the top level.

‘I have plans to stay in Europe and try to play here maybe for three or four more seasons,” Willian told ESPN Brasil’s Futebol no Mundo.

‘I believe I can still perform on a high level. After that, when I will be 35, 36 years old, I intend to go to the United States and play there. It is a goal that I have.