- Jose Mourinho is reportedly plotting one final offer for Chelsea's Willian
- The Portuguese is planning a £60m deal for the midfielder on the transfer deadline day
- Willian has been on Mourinho's wish-list all summer
Manchester United Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho is planning last bid to sign Brazilian midfielder Willian from Chelsea ahead of Thursday’s transfer deadline.
According to a UK Daily Star report, the Red Devils manager Mourinho is likely to approve a £60m deal for the 30-year-old Brazilian on the day the transfer window closes, if that could see the Blues midfielder make the move.
The ex-Chelsea boss is keen on reuniting with his former Chelsea winger all summer, despite saying that landing forwards was not a priority at the Old Trafford outfit.
The Chelsea star returned late to West London for pre-season training due to passport issue before claiming there was a forged letter in circulation giving an agent the mandate to sell him.
Chelsea new Italian manager Maurizio Sarri then said he was confident Willian would stay but he remains a top choice on Mourinho’s summer target since Barcelona and Real Madrid opted out of a potential deal.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Chelsea new Italian boss Maurizio Sarri declared he had no issues with Brazilian midfielder Willian.
According to a UK Daily Star report the Selecao star is linked with a potential move away from West London to both Barcelona and Manchester United but returned late to pre-season training, no thanks to problems his passport.
However, after holding talks with his £70m-rated star yesterday the former Napoli boss stressed that all have moved on from the past.
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