Chelsea forward Willian: 'I want to play for Jose Mourinho again'

Chelsea forward Willian: 'I want to play for Jose Mourinho again'

Chelsea forward Willian: 'I want to play for Jose Mourinho again'

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Chelsea forward Willian reveals that he is regularly in contact with Jose Mourinho and is hopeful of playing for the Manchester United manager again in the future.

It is impossible to keep Manchester United out of the news at the moment with a host of players linked with the club as we have already mentioned, whilst the speculation surrounding Paul Pogba to Barcelona continues to swirl.

Mourinho wants two new players before Thursday's transfer deadline - a centre-back and a right winger - but has privately conceded one new arrival is more realistic.

Meanwhile, sources also confirmed earlier reports that Chelsea are willing to swap Willian for Anthony Martial, who did not travel to Germany for the friendly with Bayern Munich on Sunday. United also considered Toby Alderweireld and Yerry Mina.

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It has been suggested that the Portuguese tactician is happy to part ways with Martial following his decision to leave United's pre-season tour of the U.S. to be with his partner for the birth of his son, Swan.

The delay and stand-off in this move has frustrated Mourinho, with good reason; Bale is certain to remain in Spain and Willian, who was with the Chelsea squad in yesterday's losing Community Shield attempt, has now declared that he has no intention to leave Stamford Bridge.

But we want to know what United line-up you would select for their opener against Leicester City at Old Trafford.

"So it would very much surprise me if this did come off and where he would actually fit in and whether he would actually start".

'I hope he'll stay with us because he's an important player.

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