Man United line up £80m swap deal to sign Chelsea FC star

by Steven Clarke May 7, 2018, 10:02
Man United line up £80m swap deal to sign Chelsea FC star

Clubs will line up to take the 22-year-old off Mourinho's hands - with Chelsea high up that list.

After already selling Nemanja Matic to Manchester United last summer, Chelsea have been reluctant to allow another key player to move to join their former boss at Old Trafford.

The France worldwide has gone off the boil following Alexis Sanchez's arrival in January and, with Jose Mourinho reluctant to play him up top, a parting of the ways looks inevitable.

The two teams will do battle for the prize on May 19.

However, this campaign has been hugely frustrating as injuries have hampered his progress and he's struggled to force his way back in to Jose Mourinho's starting eleven since returning to fitness in February.

United would still demand money from Chelsea but the idea of swapping Willian and Martial is something they're supposed to be very open to.

Players will certainly be leaving and one of the more high-profile exits is set to be French forward Anthony Martial.

"I think this is not the right moment to speak about this".

"I don't know who that helps".

"Their cup final is coming up and he is crushing their confidence. I don't believe it will be Willian, because Chelsea won't make it possible", said Mourinho in a previous press conference.

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