Willian to Manchester United Would Benefit All Three Parties

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Willian started just 20 Premier League games last season for Chelsea and despite winning the Chelsea player of the year award, he was not favoured by Antonio Conte.

It looks like the Portuguese coach is ready to step-up his interest as the Daily Mail claim United are set to launch a £60m bid to sign Willian after failing with an approach for the South American in January.

However, Jose Mourinho is a keen admirer of Chelsea's Willian and would apparently be open to taking the Brazilian plus cash for Martial.

United are still hoping that they can tie the Frenchman down to a new contract, with fears that he could come back to haunt them in the future.

The Sun says that the Hammers "are willing to hand Wilshere a four-year deal on £130,000-a-week" because new manager Manuel Pellegrini is an ardent admirer of Wilshere's. He knows what is demanded by Jose Mourinho and he has previously thrived within the United manager's system.

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'Of course (Fred can make an impact), no doubt about that.

We'd have no qualms letting him go if the price was right. The irregularities in playing after Alexis Sanchez's arrival was another blow.

Willian is a part of the Brazil side taking part in the World Cup and also took part in the 1-1 draw against Switzerland, their World Cup opener.

But Crystal Palace also have reason to believe they have a good chance of signing the Arsenal academy graduate this summer too. If the rumoured £60 million is put on the table, it could be a deal that benefits all three parties.

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