- Willian finally reveals he wants to remain with Chelsea amid speculation
- The Brazilian winger has been linked with Barcelona and Manchester United
- The 29-year-old says he is happy to remian at Stamford Bridge this summer
Chelsea winger Wilian has expressed his desire to stay at Stamford Bridge, despite rumours linking him with Barcelona and Manchester United.
The 29-year-old attacker told Globo Esporte: "I'm back to England. I'm very happy at Chelsea. I'm very happy living in London."
Those words from the Brazilian could leave both Barca and United frustrated after the Catalan side had three offers rejected while United remain keen.
Photos of Willian wearing the Red Devils shirt also surfaced on the internet but fans discovered it was photo-shopped.
The former Shakthar Donestk star has been subject of growing speculation after the World Cup as fell out of favour with former Blues' boss Antonio Conte.
Willian had a decent tournament for Brazil at the World Cup in Russia having led them to a quarter final defeat to Belgium.
Meanwhile, 24blog.coma.d earlier reported that Chelsea had reportedly accepted a £66m offer for Willian from Manchester United and they want Gary Cahill to come with him.
Jose Mourinho has been linked with the Brazilian for months but Barcelona have remained favourites to land him this summer.