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I want to work with Jose again: Willian

I want to work with Jose again: Willian

Football News: The Brazilian attacker reveals what he is still in touch with the special one and in future he wants to work under him again.

Willian expresses his desire to work with the Mourinho again in near future.

In this transfer window, the Chelsea attacker has been the subject of interest for the clubs like Barcelona and Manchester United.

The Catalan side made three attempts to tempt the Brazilian from Chelsea but in the end, they snatched the Bordeaux winger Willian’s compatriot, Malcom.

In the post-match presentation of Sunday’s community shield where Chelsea lost the match against Manchester City by 2-0 goals, Willian voiced: "I've always made it very clear that I've always been very happy playing for Chelsea. I never said that I want to leave the club.".

At the same time, the29-year-old fancies to reunite with his former manager at some point of his career.

In an interview, the Brazilian voiced: "Mourinho is the best manager I've ever worked with. We have a good relationship, we are friends,"

"Sometimes we talk, we text, we send messages to each other via WhatsApp. He is a great manager, I really enjoyed working with him. I hope I can work with him again someday."

Samrat Dutta

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