Willian reveals the club he will like to move to after leaving Chelsea

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Willian joined Chelsea in 2013 as the Blues hijacked the move from Tottenham to sign the Brazilian at Stamford Bridge.

Willian has proven to be a good signing over the years for Chelsea, and even at age 31, the Brazilian is still an important player for the team.

Willian always tend to have a good game against Spanish giants Barcelona, and the La Liga side were reportedly interested in signing him during the summer of 2018, a move which was declined by Willian.

Willian has proven his loyalty to the Chelsea badge over the years, and he has revealed that he’s still interested in staying at the club and loves the city of London.

Willian has now revealed that if he’s to return to Brazil, he’d love a move to former club Corinthians which he has supported since he was a kid.

He said in an interview with Saudade’, a DAZN exclusive series on Brazilians playing abroad: “If I have to return to Brazil, I’d like to play at Corinthians again.

“It represents a lot, I was born and raised there, my footballing career began there when I was nine, I’ve spent my entire childhood there.

“I’ve been a Corinthians fan since I was little, even before I played there, my family also supports the club.

“So when I got there all my relatives were very happy, and then, after I got to the first team, everyone was overjoyed.”

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VICTOR N
Chelsea is more than just a football club to me; it's a passion I share, and my affinity with the Chelsea badge is one that will last forever. As far as watching my favourite team is concerned, I'd rather miss a meal than miss a Chelsea game.

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