Thursday, April 21, 2016

Willian may miss pre-season campaign

The talented Chelsea midfielder Willian could miss  the club's pre-season arrangements and at any rate the initial three games of the 2016/17 season.

The Brazilian announced his intentions of participating in this summer's Copa America competition and as an over age player in the under-23 side at the Olympic football competition at Rio 2016.

That is obviously noteworthy blow for the new Blues manager Antonio Conte, who was hopingto begin his campaign with our best player to date.

Willian does not want to drop out with his club, but rather has shown that he trusts  Chelsea and the Brazilian FA would reach a consensus.

He told ESPN Brasil: “Everyone knows my desire to play in both championships.
“Of course we do not want to fight and put Chelsea in a difficult situation.
“And I do not want to fight with the Brazil Football Federation.
“I hope they and Chelsea enter into an agreement.”

The centennial spectacle of the Copa America is being played in the USA and Brazil's crusade begins against Ecuador on Tuesday, June 7.

Willian's participation will end on June 27.

The Olympic squad begins their campaign against South Africa on August 4, but will be subjected to a training camp naturally.

The final happens on August 20, seven days after the beginning of the new Premier League season which will certainly ensure further computations from the new coach.

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