- Blues midfield ace Willian has been reportedly linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge
- Officials of the West London side according to reports have already rejected three offers estimated to be around £65m
- Ex-Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho reports suggest is now ready to test the side's resolve after offering to splash any amount on the Brazilian
Manchester United Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho has vowed to pay any amount to ensure that Chelsea midfielder Willian moves to Old Trafford in the ongoing summer transfers.
A Tribal Football report citing sources at Spain’s Mundo Deportivo, revealed that ex-Blues boss is willing to cough out any price the West London side place on the Brazilian after Barcelona reportedly discontinued their chase for the Selecao following Malcom’s arrival.
The Portuguese is eager to seal a reunion with the ex-Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder.
The Camp Nou side have been severally linked with the 29-year-old star after three previous offers were snubbed, the last bid reportedly tabled by Barcelona is in the region of £65m.
However, the Spanish champions appear to have walked out of a potential deal and Mourinho seems to be taking advantage to hijack the deal in favour of Manchester United.
Manchester United have been tipped by bookies to sign Chelsea winger Willian, according to a UK Daily Star report.
The Chelsea midfielder has been linked severally with an exit from the West London outfit this summer, with the duo of Manchester United and Barcelona reportedly keeping vigil on the Brazilian.
The Spanish champions’ looked to be ahead to seal a switch for the Selecao star, with reports claiming they had a £55m bid on the table rejected by eggheads of the Stamford Bridge side.