newsfootball5 months ago

Have lot of respect for Arsenal and they can achieve good things this season, proclaims Willian

Former Arsenal attacker Willian has divulged that one of the reasons he struggled with the North Londoners was because he missed the buzz of the crowd but has nothing but respect for the club. The 34-year-old also revealed that he wants to be a football agent once he retires from playing.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Reports | Fulham looking into move for former Arsenal attacker Willian

According to Goal, Fulham are looking at reinforcing their team even further and are looking into a move for Corinthians star Willian this summer with the club keen on signing the attacker. The 33-year-old spent eight years in London, playing for both Chelsea and Arsenal in that period.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Was not happy and that’s why I didn’t perform at Arsenal, reveals Willian

Former Arsenal star Willian, who left the club last summer, has admitted that he wasn’t happy at the club and that’s why he struggled to perform for the North London side. The Brazilian also added that he was happy at the start but things changed three months into his spell with the North Londoners.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Reports | Antonio Rudiger to leave Chelsea on a free at the end of the season

According to ESPN, Chelsea are running the risk of losing Antonio Rudiger on a free transfer next summer, as they refuse to meet his demands over a new contract. There has been no significant progress in talks over an extension between both parties since the conclusion of the Euros in the summer.
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newsfootball1 year ago

My time at Arsenal was not good and I wasn’t happy at the club, admits Willian

In light of his move to Corinthians, Willian has confessed that he wasn’t happy at all during his spell at Arsenal and thus eventually opted to make a move back to Brazil. The forward signed for the North London side after his contract with Chelsea expired but scored only one goal for the club.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Reports | Arsenal in negotiations with Brazilian club Corinthians over move for Willian

According to ESPN, Arsenal are in discussions with Corinthians over a potential move for Willian this summer as a free-transfer. The former Chelsea man was signed by the North London club last summer, but the Brazilian has struggled to establish himself under Mikel Arteta scoring only one goal.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Arsenal sign Willian on a three-year deal from city rivals Chelsea

Arsenal has roped in Brazilian winger Willian from city rivals Chelsea ahead of the new season of the English Premier League. The footballer has played seven seasons at Stamford Bridge and guided the club to a couple of league titles and a maiden UEFA Europa League title last year.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Arsenal are a contender for his signature but Willian is a free player, asserts Kia Joorabchian

Super-agent Kia Joorabchian has revealed that while Arsenal are a contender for Willian’s signature, the winger is now a free player and can sign for anyone he wants. The 32-year-old is a free-agent after leaving Chelsea earlier this week with him widely linked to a move to the Emirates and the MLS.
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newsfootball3 years ago

Reports | Arsenal front-runners for Willian with three-year contract on table

Arsenal are reportedly prepared to offer Willian a three year contract after the Brazilian rejected another offer from Chelsea to extended his expiring contract. The 31-year-old’s current deal with the Blues expires at the end of the extended 2019/20 season with him looking for a new challenge.
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featurefootball3 years ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 35+ - Five picks that could help change your FPL season

With the end of the season rapidly approaching, navigating the final road has become a lot harder especially with teams playing two games a week. Rotation plays an immense part for the bigger sides and with teams getting back to their best possible form, it hands FPL managers more selection issues.
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