‘I don’t know if they want me but I want to continue’: Willian desperate to sign new Chelsea contract
- Willian has been at Chelsea since 2013, winning the Premier League twice
- The 30-year-old Brazil international sees his future at Stamford Bridge
- But he admitted he doesn’t know if the club will offer him a new contract
Chelsea attacker Willian wants to sign a contact extension at Stamford Bridge but is unsure if they will offer him new terms.
‘I have one year left, but of course I want to play for this club,’ Willian was quoted as saying by the Evening Standard.
Willian has spoken of his desire to stay at Chelsea and sign a new contract with the club
But the Brazil international admitted he wasn’t sure if he would be offered a new deal
‘I don’t know if they want me, but of course I want to continue here.’
Willian has won two Premier League titles and the FA Cup in his six years at Chelsea.
‘This club is very special to me,’ he added. I won titles here, I have the affection from the fans and from the people that work in the club.
‘I feel comfortable to stay. I am happy when I play well and score goals. I can give a different light.’
Willian has been at Chelsea since 2013 and has won the Premier League twice with the club
Willian is looking to help Chelsea back into the Champions League, either with a top-four finish or via Europa League glory.
They are sixth in the Premier League, three points behind fourth-placed Arsenal and play Slavia Prague in the quarter-final of the Europa League.
He has played 46 times this season, scoring six goals.