Barcelona-goal Willian has not contributed any goals and ONE assist in the last 10 Premier League-games
Chelsea can not miss their chance to win Willian … the goal of Barcelona has not contributed any goals and only helps ONE in its last 10 Premier League matches
- Barcelona had rejected a player-plus-money bid of £ 50 million for Chelsea & # 39; s Willian
- But Chelsea should consider when looking at Willians statistics for the season
- The Brazilian has no goals and an assist in his last 10 Premier League matches
Kieran Gill for MailOnline
The news that Barcelona offered Chelsea a player-plus-cash deal worth £ 50 million for Willian, and that it was quickly rejected, left some in the football stunned behind.
So much so that it even prompted one online outlet to publish a feature, entitled: & # 39; Twenty reasons why Chelsea is absolutely crazy to continue rejecting bids for Willian. & # 39;
Although that is a bit exaggerated, it is not entirely wrong. Chelsea should ask Barcelona where to sign, with Malcom the winger they would receive in return.
Barcelona has seen a player-plus-money bid worth £ 50 million for Chelsea & # 39; s Willian rejected
Malcom is raw, but he is 21 years old. Willian is 30 and someone who contributed zero goals and assists one in his last 10 Premier League appearances.
Manager Maurizio Sarri used his press conference this week to complain about the lack of goals of his party, with Chelsea the only Big Six club that scored 40 more.
He also said that he wants Willian to stay, although the Brazilian is not the answer to their misery for the purpose. He works hard and runs a lot, but rarely delivers an end product.
Willian has made a big impression over the years and stood out when Barcelona traveled to London
It was different when Chelsea played 1-1 with Barcelona last season at Stamford Bridge. Willian jumped up that evening, hit twice in the first half of the woodwork and then scored in the second.
In the way back Chelsea lost 3-0 at the Nou Camp, but Willian was again the best player in the away match. His strong course and pace caused problems for the Spaniards.
After having heard the news of this week, some supporters have made a joke against the scouts of Barcelona. They only watched those matches because he has not produced much since.
A statistic spread over the past two weeks on social media revealed Juan Mata and Willian had assisted Eden Hazard both four times in a Chelsea shirt. It added that Mata left the club in 2014.
Maurizio Sarri used his press conference this week to complain about the lack of goals of his party
Malcom was a flop at Barcelona, but is younger and has more potential than Willian
Yet Sarri clearly sees his value. Willian played this term in 30 of the 32 games of the club – more than any other player – and so the Italian wants him to stay.
That is his opinion, but the Chelsea board can be different if Barcelona returns with a larger bid. This is an opportunity that might no longer arise.
Willian is already 30, has 18 months on his current contract and there will soon be no talks about a new deal. The club in West London also has its 30-plus policy, which means that the Brazilian would get a one-year extension if the blues liked to keep him.
Malcom, 21 and a left foot that likes to play on the right, struggles to make a name after moving from £ 36.5 million to Bordeaux from Bordeaux.
Yet he has occasionally shown a glimpse of his talent and has enough time to reach his potential.
Willian has zero goals in 10 games and there are currently no talks about a new contract for him
When asked about Willian on Friday, Sarri gave the classic coach response from & # 39; ask the club & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I have no idea, & # 39; he said. & # 39; You must contact the club and ask about the market, because if you ask me about the market, you have put me in trouble because I do not know how to answer.
& # 39; As you know, Willian is very important to us. I think he can do better, he can do better because of his potential, but he is really very important to us, so I think it is impossible to lose him in January. & # 39;
Really, Chelsea should make that possible.