Willian ‘has already sealed his reunion with Jose Mourinho’ as he prepares to stay with Tottenham in London when the Chelsea contract ends
- Chelsea winger Willian said he is ‘big friend’ to Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho
- Willian played for Mourinho in Chelsea from August 2013 to December 2015
- The 31-year-old remained unsure about his future, but insists he loves London
Chelsea winger Willian has already sealed his reunion with Jose Mourinho by agreeing to Tottenham this summer, according to beIN Sports.
The 31-year-old will end his seven-year stay at Stamford Bridge when his contract expires in June.
Speaking about the Keys & Gray show at beIN Sports, Keys confidently predicted, “He’s (Willian) another one who’s already spoken to Jose Mourinho, he’s on his way to Tottenham.”
Chelsea winger Willian said he is still ‘big friends’ with Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho
Willian has admitted that he stays in touch with Mourinho and would be open to a summer transfer.
The Brazilian played under Mourinho on Stamford Bridge from August 2013 to December 2015 before the Portuguese boss left by mutual consent after his second arrival at the club. But Willian would be open to reuniting with Mourinho while explaining that he and his family love the city of London.
Willian admitted that he is still ‘big friends’ with the now-Spurs manager and that he could join his current employer without any problems.
Willian played under Chelsea’s Mourinho (right) from August 2013 to December 2015
In an interview with Talk show in BoliviaWillian said, “Nothing came from Mourinho, but we are in a good relationship, he is a great friend of mine.
“We sometimes talk to each other, but when it comes to that (speaking of transfers) he respects me a lot.”
The 31-year-old has no contract with Chelsea in the summer after joining Anzhi Makhachkala in 2013. However, he has insisted that he and his family be happy in London and not want to move, but he was not sure which club he will be playing in next season.
Willian remains uncertain about his future and who he will play for next season, but loves London
“I love London and my family likes it too, but that’s a question I can’t answer,” he replied when asked about his future.
“I don’t know which club I go to or whether I stay here in Chelsea or whether I leave for another club in London or whether I leave England, I don’t know.”