Jose Mourinho prepares £60 million Willian bid


Jose Mourinho prepares £60 million Willian bid: Not at all surprising news, this is. Willian is one of the Jose Mourinho devotees at Chelsea and Mourinho is reportedly preparing a £60 million bid to lure the Brazilian from Chelsea to his new club, Manchester United. The Red Devils are all set to announce Jose Mourinho’s appointment as United’s manager in the upcoming week who have already sacked Louis van Gaal after the Dutch man’s FA Cup win against Crystal Palace, LVG’s first and last silverware at United in his two years.

Manchester United have sanctioned a whopping £200 million for Jose Mourinho to spend in the transfer window this summer and it looks like Mourinho is starting his purchase from his lucky club, Chelsea. Mourinho is without a doubt Chelsea’s best ever manager in case of trophies won and that’s what United want from him. TROPHIES !!

Chelsea’s Willian celebrates after scoring

Willian is Chelsea’s best player on the field and is very highly regarded by the Chelsea management. The Brazilian performed when none of his teammates managed to play even the half of what they can do on the pitch. Willian carried Chelsea on his back literally in the mid-season when the usual stars of Chelsea Eden Hazard, Cesc Fabregas, and Diego Costa looked invisible on the pitch. Willian’s working rate is another strong attribute that Jose Mourinho regards very high and that is the only reason he signed Willian for Chelsea back in 2014.

Bayern Munich reportedly installed a clause in Pep Guardiola’s contract that he should not try to sign any of Bayern’s players for his new club Manchester City. Though it is not official, it is widely believed that Pep Guardiola can’t sign anyone from Bayern this summer. But Jose Mourinho has nothing to worry about since he has no such deals with Chelsea. Though Chelsea own Mourinho’s naming rights, they can’t stop him from try signing Chelsea players.

Not just Mourinho, the entire Chelsea crowd loves the Brazilian. They have very high hopes on the player and believe he can carry Chelsea to higher levels. Willian has not had any problems with the Chelsea fans nor with the board or with his teammates. But a £60 million is not a small money and Chelsea may fancy a sell if they can use that money to buy one of their prime targets, Antoine Griezmann or Romelu Lukaku.