The Brazilian duo may be looking for new clubs when the winter transfer window opens and it seems likely that they have fallen out of favour with the Chelsea faithful, reports Star Sports. Agents of the two players are looking for new deals at different clubs and this news is courtesy of super-agent Kia Joorabchian who is scouting Italian clubs for the Brazilian pair.
Joorabchian can be a potential game changer as he is well influenced with the Serie A, this news will not please the Chelsea boss though as his statement coming out last week on Oscar claimed,
“Oscar’s future is Chelsea. Chelsea, full stop. For me, Oscar is an important player in the squad.
“He’s in good form. It’s logical I have to take the starting XI every week, but Oscar is a great player. For me, he stays at Chelsea.”
“It’s important that this message arrives for all. But Oscar will stay with us because I consider him an important player for Chelsea.”
Willian was snapped up in 2013 and has been an important player for the Blues. But since the arrival of Conte in the summer the Brazilian has fallen down the pecking order.
The Italians are known for their high-quality attackers and the number 9 is on Europe’s most wanted list and Manchester United have targeted Andrea Belotti – a 22-year-old striker from Torino. The centre-forward is in sizzling form for the Italian outfit and the Torino transfer board is doing the best they can to tie down the youngster to the club by offering him a new contract. Though, it is hard to keep the Manchester club away from big signing players they will be luring Belotti to Old Trafford to strengthen up their attacking prowess.
The Manchester side face a battle with Everton to sign Belotti as they have sparked interest in the youngster as well.
Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United is also the latest club that seems to be interested in 19-year-old sensation Franck Kessie. The attacker has been a revelation this season and with the Red Devil’s looking for a pacey forward, the Atalanta man may just be the key to the Portuguese manager’s problems.