Drinkwater to consider Chelsea exit; Monaco to pursue Bakayoko

Ruben Holloway
April 13, 2018

Chelsea splashed out a club record £70million to land Morata from Real Madrid during the summer and he started his career at Stamford Bridge with a bang after netting seven goals in his first eight games.

However, despite that Willian is still insistent that he is very happy at Chelsea and wants no move away from the Bridge.

The 26-year-old has played a major part in his unfancied south coast club's success since joining them from Portuguese club Pacos de Ferreira in 2015 for just £1m.

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The former Juventus and Italy manager has been constantly criticizing the club's transfer policy throughout the season, hinting that the players that were brought in were not all his preferences, possibly indicating as to why Drinkwater hasn't been involved regularly. I like Chelsea. My dream was to come here to play for Chelsea so it's a dream come true.

Winning that trophy will now be their priority with the reigning champions languishing in fifth place in the Premier League and a Champions League qualification spot out of question. My family love to live here.

That will be a relief to suitors United and Chelsea, who might struggle to convince a young Brazilian to turn down the Etihad Stadium after seeing compatriots like Ederson, Fernandinho, Danilo and Gabriel Jesus excel at City.

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He told Sportsmail: 'This season has been hard because we have lost a lot of points, especially at home. It's football. We have been unlucky.

Before they've changed the coach, and kept the players.

'My first year could have been better, but there are still more games to go and we have a chance to win the FA Cup'. Next season we will be back stronger to try to win again'.

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