Jose Mourinho is weighing his options before the Premier League season begins and has his work laid out in front of him.
Manchester United need several reinforcements and from how Mourinho has gone about his trade before the World Cup, it seemes like the United manager knows what he is doing.
He has already plugged in that midfield role by signing Fred and has found the perfect back up and future replacement for Antonio Valencia in Diogo Dalot.
He now turns his attention to getting some extra spice in attack for Manchester United and has identified Willian as a perfect fit at Manchester United.
Willian’s desire, creativity and guile can help Manchester United get that extra impetus going forward something that they have been missing in the last few years.
The Brazilian isn’t a sure starter at Stamford Bridge and has been frustrated due to less playing time.
Jose Mourinho used Willian a lot during his 2nd stint with Chelsea as he considered him perfect for his system. The Portuguese is now looking to have a little re-union with Willian at Old Trafford.
With 2 years left on his contract, Chelsea are not willing to sell him for anything less than £60m according to reports in the Daily Mail.
Willian was very positive about Fred’s move to Manchester United, saying that he has move to one of the best clubs in the world.
“Of course (Fred can make an impact), no doubt about that. He has a lot of qualities,’ Willian said during a press conference before flying to Russia.
“He can improve (them) a lot. He goes to one of the best teams in the world. I am happy for him. I hope he does well at Manchester United.
“He is very happy to come to the Premier League to play. We talked a little bit about that.” Willian had said.
Should Manchester United go all in for Willian?