Arsenal has just made their fans feel very happy when successfully persuading midfielder Willian to join the team.
The British press simultaneously reported, midfielder Willian has agreed to sign a 3-year contract with Arsenal. Under the contract signed, the Brazilian player will receive a salary of £ 100,000 / week at Emirates. Although Chelsea did not want to part with one of the current gods, but Willian’s request to extend the contract did not match the policy of “The Blues”.
Willian has agreed to join Arsenal
Willian’s contract with Chelsea has expired since June 30. He continues to play for Chelsea under a separate clause valid for the rest of the season. Coach Frank Lampard once persuaded Willian to stay at Stamford Bridge but Chelsea only accepted a 2-year contract extension with the 32-year-old midfielder. That is the reason why Willian did not accept to stay and was forced to “end the love” with this team this summer.
In the context of Chelsea not being able to hold the backbone of the Brazilian, Arsenal appeared to bring Willian back to Emirates. Coach Mikel Arteta is desperate to increase attack power for the “Gunners” of London and he repeatedly asked Arsenal’s leadership to expedite this deal.
The Brazilian star is the quality addition of the “Gunners” this summer
The ESPN has confirmed that Arsenal’s rookie will be officially launched later this month. Notably, the character that has a big influence on this transfer is “super stork” Kia Joorabchian. As Willian’s representative, Kia Joorabchian has worked at full capacity to bring his client to Arsenal, although former Shakhtar star Donetsk has received many invitations from other Premier League teams.
“Super trigger” Kia Joorabchian has a major impact on this free transfer deal
The quite close relationship between Kia Joorabchian and Arsenal was shown in the fact that this trigger brought the duo David Luiz and Cedric Soares to join the “Gunners”. Now, Willian is the next name to prepare for the London team.
At Chelsea, Willian has won 2 Premier League titles, once crowned in the FA Cup and Europa League. Next season, the 1988 midfielder will once again participate in the Europa League as Arsenal have just won the FA Cup, following a victory over Chelsea in the final.
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