Published: Mon, August 06, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Willian aware of Barcelona interest but wants to stay at Chelsea

Willian aware of Barcelona interest but wants to stay at Chelsea

Hazard's team-mate, goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, could also be targeted by Real and Chelsea boss Sarri is waiting to hear from him.

Chelsea midfielder Willian has committed his future to the club, saying he has always been "very happy" at Stamford Bridge. Gunners boss Unai Emery is keen to keep Ramsey, whose current contract expires next summer, but no new deal has yet been agreed.

And although Chelsea will be reluctant to do business, Keys said they have slapped a valuation on the winger. "I've never talked about leaving the club".

The goalkeeper's agent has said that he spoke to the club telling them that Courtois wanted to go to Real Madrid.

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"This is a new era, with a new manager and I've had a very good conversation with him, so I hope we can enjoy a lot of victories". "I want only players with very high level of motivation", said Sarri, who has replaced Antonio Conte in charge.

But the former England worldwide has come in from the cold under Sarri and played a full 90 minutes in the 2-0 loss to Manchester City in the Community Shield on Sunday.

Chelsea did not have the brightest season under Antonio Conte past year.

"I was just working and trying to do my best", Luiz added.

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"The future of Hazard, Willian (below) and the rest of the players defend on the club, not just me", continues Sarri.

The 59-year-old Italian's style has been likened to Pep Guardiola's.

Work to do: Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri looks on during the Community Shield defeat to Manchester City.

But while City gave the Catalan time to adjust in his first season in England, there is precious little time for Sarri.

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He said (via the Daily Mail): "I talked with him yesterday". "When you play for a big club you have to be ready to try to fight for the titles, and we're going to fight for that".

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