Willian Borges will be a free agent this summer, and amid Blues continual refusal to offer him the deal he is earning on the pitch, the forward would still sign for them ‘tomorrow’ if they offered him a three-year deal.
Brazil international is adamant that he wants three years on the table before he agrees to sign, and due to the London club policy on offering limited deals to over-30s, his club remains firm in refusing to match his request.
Borges now looks ready to find a new club in the coming window, with both Gunners and Spurs as being linked with his signature, but he remains keen on extending his remain in West London it looks.
Brazil international said whether he would extend his deal at London club: “Chelsea only offered me two years and I asked for three. My goal in the next contract is to sign for three years, so I haven’t had a deal with Chelsea yet.”
“This is what I asked the club for, three years of the contract. If you give me that, I’ll get the pen and sign the contract tomorrow.”
The Brazilian winger admits that he hasn’t been informed of any concrete interest in his signature, despite the speculation in the press.