Chelsea winger Willian says he would be glad to remain at the club until he is 40 years of age and is presently in talks over his future.
The 31-year-old is expected to be out of agreement toward the finish of the period and has recently been an exchange focus for Barcelona.
The Brazilian has appreciated a huge improvement in structure as of late, most as of late scoring twice as Chelsea beat Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday.
Regardless of being allowed to enter pre-contract exchanges with outside clubs in January, Willian uncovered he has just started chats with Chelsea over his future.
“Everybody knows how I love this club and how I appreciate to play for Chelsea. In the event that I can, I will remain here until I am 40 years of age yet football isn’t constantly similar to this,” he revealed to Sky Sports.
“[I need to stay] on the grounds that I like to play here. It’s not just my choice, we need to choose together with the club. We’ve had a few discussions.
“I trust I can say to you all that I will remain yet now I can’t state.”
Willian calls for progressively hostile to bigotry activity
Willian says football’s overseeing bodies need to make more move to battle bigotry after colleague Antonio Rudiger endured affirmed supremacist maltreatment during their success over Tottenham.
An examination concerning the episode has started with the Met Police working with Tottenham trying to recognize any individuals mindful, while the FA are likewise included.
Rudiger was seen around the 63rd moment showing he had confronted bigot misuse, impersonating a monkey motion, and it prompted the Premier League’s enemy of separation convention being utilized just because.
Willian says he doesn’t see how or why football fans can racially mishandle resistance players when they bolster dark players in their very own group.
“It’s a disgrace. It’s exceptionally baffling, I don’t how individuals can think [like] that. In their group [Tottenham] they have dark players too. I truly don’t comprehend what they think or why they do these sorts of things,” he said.
“I think we need to discover, together, an approach to stop this. It’s a disgrace for everybody.
“It harms a great deal. They don’t have to do it against me, they do it against my colleagues so I feel awful too.