Arsenal plan to affirm attacker signing in few days
The Gunners are purportedly confident of declaring the signing of Chelsea winger Willian surprisingly fast.
The Brazilian winger has had a fine career at Stamford Bridge, but is out of contract this summer and seems to head across London to the Emirates Stadium.
According to ESPN report in Brazil, who guarantee Arsenal beat the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United to the deal due to being eager to offer Willian a more extended contract.
This could be a bad move by Arsenal, with Willian going to turn 32 and without a doubt not prone to have numerous years left at the most significant level.
Obviously, a few players can continue for more, and Willian has stayed a key player for the Blues this season, with Chelsea unmistakably interested to keep him as the report guarantee he dismissed their proposal of another contract.
Willian to Arsenal move could be unavoidable
The Gunners don’t have the finances of many of their rivals, so could do well to dip for Willian on a free.
Rarely do players of this calibre can be signed for nothing, and the 31-year-old could add profundity to Mikel Arteta’s attack next season, giving an option in contrast to the likes of Mesut Ozil, Nicolas Pepe and Reiss Nelson, none of whom had especially persuading seasons.