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Willian makes big claim on Chelsea future

Timothy Aiyeku

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Chelsea players are beginning to speak up on their stance with the club ahead of the coming season, knowing that they will not be able to secure additions to the team, a development that will limit their chances of a quality competition against other big sides.

The West London outfit have been handed a two transfer window ban for involving in transfer deals with players who are under 18 regarded to as minors by the world football governing body FIFA.

Brazilian international Willian is one of the players who have the opportunity to leave, knowing that he has got one year left but he has stated clearly that he wants to remain at the Stamford Bridge, which means he will be hoping to talk with the club for a new deal.

However, Willian admitted that he does not know the plans of the club for him and cannot tell if they need him at the club in the coming season or not because they have not held any talks together.

Willian stressed that the West London outfit is a special club to him noting that he has won titles at the club as well as earned love and respect from the fans.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.