Tottenham have agreed a deal with London rivals Chelsea to sign Brazilian winger Willian, according to BeIN Sports presenter Richard Keys.

Recent reports suggest that, Willian, who chose to join the Blues instead of Tottenham in the summer of 2013, wants to remain in London and has also been linked with a move to Arsenal.

The Brazilian initially bought to the Premier League by current Spurs boss Jose Mourinho and the pair would enjoy two successful seasons together, winning both the League Cup and Premier League in the 2014-2015 campaign.

In total, Willian has managed to win five major trophies during his seven-year stay at Stamford Bridge, in which he has scored 59 goals in 329 appearances in all competitions.

But it appears that his time with Chelsea is coming towards an end, with his current deal expiring at the end of the current season.

And with the Coronavirus pandemic causing a number of clubs major financial difficulties, free transfers could be something that Mourinho and Tottenham would be interested in – meaning a move to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium remains on the cards for the 31-year-old, something that Keys reckons has already been agreed.

Speaking on the Keys & Gray Show on YouTube, he said: “He’s (Willian) another one that has already spoken to Jose Mourinho, he’s on his way to Tottenham.”

Despite the rivalry between the two clubs, would you be happy if Spurs were to sign the Brazilian? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.



  1. No chance.
    Why take on a player who will be 32 this summer?
    Back in 2013 he told us to f… off in no uncertain ways, so why should we go back in for him now?
    Does this club not have any pride?

  2. If William joins spurs They deserve each other. William is on the same and spurs will be getting a player who rejected them. Spurs must be desperate to give Willian a 3 year contract

  3. Spurs should count themselves lucky to get Willian.

    He was and still is a great player. He would certainly add something to a pathetic squad they currently have.

    The fact you need a 32 year old tells us alot about your current squad

  4. If he’s free and can give a few good seasons why not? People seem to think that players have a duty to be in their team. If you were in his boots and someone said “hey wait, I’ll give you a sh*t ton more money if you come here” you would do the same.
    And if anything, don’t you want to annoy Chelsea fans?


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