Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Barcelona eye move for Chelsea star Willian

Barcelona eye move for Chelsea star Willian

Brazil worldwide Willian says he is looking forward to confronting his Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard in a 2018 World Cup quarter-final duel between Brazil and Belgium.

The Brazilian is still at the World Cup with his country as they gear up to face Belgium in the quarter-finals of the competition.

The 29-year-old is now preparing for Seleçao World Cup quarter-final against Belgium on Friday at Kazan Arena but the Chelsea winger has already made up his mind to quit the dethroned Premier League Champions.

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The teams meet in Kazan on Friday evening with Brazil the favourites, despite the quality in a Belgian side captained by Hazard, who plays with Willian at Chelsea.

At this point, it's hard to see Willian playing for Chelsea come the start of next season.

Hazard continues to spark talk of a move to Real Madrid, after several windows of speculation, while Willian has emerged as a target for La Liga giants Barcelona.

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Manchester United are stepping up their pursuit of Chelsea midfielder Willian. I've not received any information about that.

Willian is therefore wanted following the departure of Andres Iniesta and the Barca hierarchy also want him to link up with compatriot Philippe Coutinho.

The former Blues defender told the Daily Star: "The two players I wouldn't let go is Willian and Eden Hazard".

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Any move for Willian would be conditioned by the future of other players in the Barca squad, as they already have their full quota of non-EU players.

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