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Willian admits his future at Chelsea is uncertain after talks over new deal 'stopped'

Willian admits his future at Chelsea remains uncertain after revealing talks over a new deal to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge have ‘stopped’.

The Brazilian international is facing an uncertain future as he enters the final months of his contract at the west London side, the winger yet to agree new terms to extend his seven-season stay at the Blues.

The 31-year-old was still questioned on his future and admits he remains in the dark over whether he will remain a Chelsea player beyond the end of the season, negotiations with the club having broken down over the length of contract offered.

“I still don’t know,” Willian told ESPN Brazil.

“There’s nothing with any [other] team. There’s no offer from any team. My negotiation for now is with Chelsea.

“There’s still nothing concrete from any team. And the situation with Chelsea is still that way. Chelsea offered me two, I demanded three, and it stopped there.

“There’s nothing much.”

The player’s wife this week increased speculation that Willian is set for a departure by taking to social media to suggest their ‘days are numbered’ at the club, with reports suggesting a free transfer move to Arsenal or Tottenham could be on the cards with the family settled in London.

The winger has however insisted that he is yet to receive any offers from rivals teams, and says he will continue to give his best for Chelsea until the end of his contract.

“Look, I always like to make it very clear the respect I have for this club, the affection I have for Chelsea too,” Willian added.

“There’s really no offer from any club. So I wanted to make this very clear, that I’m still a Chelsea player, and I’ll always try to do my best until the end of my contract. Whether I stay or not, we’ll see that in the future.

“We really like London, I’ve said this many times. It’s a city that my family and I love to live in, we love the city. We love the city and I really don’t know why she posted it. It really is because the situation of the contract here isn’t easy.

“But I hope that in the next few weeks or months this can be sorted. And then you’ll know if I’ll stay or not. But what I can say is that I’ll always try to do my best for the team.”

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