- Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho wants to lure Willian to Old Trafford next season
- Chelsea are holding out for an offer of around £60m for the in-form Brazilian
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Jose Mourinho is set to look to his former club Chelsea in bolstering his Manchester United squad next season, The Sun reports.
The Blues player he is targeting is Willian, a man that played under Mourinho during the Portuguese’s second spell at Stamford Bridge.
After the 2-1 away defeat to United in February, the former-Chelsea manager expressed admiration for the Brazilian winger, a game in which he scored in.
As per The Sun, Chelsea has requested that the Red Devils cough up £60m for the 29-year-old who has been in fantastic form in recent weeks.
It’s unknown to whether United would be willing to spend that money on Willian but selling another one of our players to rivals may prove to be a regretful decision.