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Willian is in 'favourable negotiations with Liverpool' and could make a sensational exit from Stamford Bridge this summer, according to reports in Spain.
The 31-year-old Brazilian winger, who has been linked with both Arsenal and Tottenham, will see his current deal with the Blues expire in June.
And Sport Witness cites a report from Spanish newspaper Sport that Willian is currently 'in negotiations' over a transfer to Liverpool.
Sport reports that Chelsea's interest in signing Barcelona flop Philippe Coutinho, who is on loan at Bayern Munich, could see the Brazilian depart from Stamford Bridge.
According to the publication, the ongoing negotiations are 'very favourable' for the Brazil international as he eyes up a potentially lucrative deal with Liverpool.
Willian first arrived at Chelsea in 2013 after the Blues splashed out a reported £30m to land him from Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala.
The Chelsea winger, who was heavily linked with Barcelona two years ago, has made over 300 appearances for the Blues and won the Premier League twice.
Willian has also captured the FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League during his seven years in the English capital.
Jurgen Klopp has been keen to reinforce his attacking options after Liverpool's incredible title challenge this year.
The Reds lead defending champions Manchester City by a whopping 25 points before the league was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Willian recently weighed in on Liverpool's success and suggested that their "secret is continuity."
The Reds target told ESPN Brazil: "I think the secret is continuity.
"The coach [Klopp] has been with the club for almost five years. When you have continuity, you can win titles.
"They had a sequence of important victories, which show the maturity of the team.
"You have to have time to get things done, and Liverpool have had a coach and a philosophy for a long time.
"The team is the same, the cast, it is one or the other only that changes, the base is the same.
"In Manchester City, too, [Pep] Guardiola has been there for a long time, the philosophy is always the same."
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