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Willian has agreed to a 3-year contract with Arsenal. Salary – 100 thousand pounds per week.

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Willian has finally decided on the club where he will play! According to unofficial information, Chelsea, Barcelona, and Inter Miami have offered contracts to the 31-year-old midfielder. At the same time, it is noted that Willian wants to get a 3-year agreement, and Barcelona has fulfilled his requirement. However, the biggest offer was made by Inter Miami. The club, owned by ex-Manchester United midfielder David Beckham, is ready to sign a 3.5-year contract with Willian. It is noted that Arsenal is also interested in the 31-year-old Brazilian and can take part in the fight for him. It was previously reported that the Gunners are the main challenger for the contract with Willian.

According to ESPN, the Brazilian has agreed with the “gunners” for a 3-year contract with Arsenal, according to which he will earn 100 thousand pounds a week. The transition is expected to be announced by the end of August.

Also, the footballer is impressed with the persistence of Arsenal’s head coach Mikel Arteta and the club’s technical director Edu, who are eager to see him on the team. The Brazilian has been on Arsenal’s list of transfer targets for a long time.

Willian has played 36 Premier League appearances for Chelsea this season, scoring 9 goals and making 9 assists. Willian has been playing for Chelsea since August 2013. As part of the club, he won the English championship twice and took the country’s Cup once.

Remember that the London club offered the Brazilian a new contract. Since the current agreement is calculated before the actual end of the season. Chelsea refused to make concessions to Willian and sign a three-year contract with him. According to unofficial information, it was the head coach of the team, Gerrard Lampard, who caused the club to refuse a new contract with the player.

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