Chelsea attacker Willian has ruled out the chances of joining Manchester United by revealing that he wants to remain at Stamford Bridge.
The Brazilian has been a subject of transfer interest from the Red Devils since Jose Mourinho took over at the helms of affairs at the Old Trafford and the attacker also came out to reveal that the Portuguese tried to sign him on two occasions.
It is understood that United boss Jose Mourinho is a keen admirer of the 29-year-old’s abilities and fancies him in his squad as he continues to build a formidabble force at the Old Trafford.
However, Willian who was an integral part of Mourinho’s side at Chelsea, has come out to reveal that he will remain at Stamford Bridge, ruling out any chances of moving to Old Trafford.
Speaking with FourFour Two, Willian said:“I’m very happy at Chelsea. I just try to improve year on year. And it’s been happening.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte was furious with the club during the last summer transfer window over their slow transfer activity before they splashed the cash on the likes of Alvaro Morata, Antonio Rudigier and Davide Zappacosta to the Stamford Bridge. The Italian will be reluctant to allow another star join United after losing Nemanja Matic to the Red Devils last summer.