Boss sends message to Chelsea after confirming Forwards transfer to Stamford Bridge

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Palmeiras manager Abel Ferreira has warned Chelsea to ‘leave us alone’ after confirming Estevao Willian’s impending move to the Blues.

Chelsea have been in the headlines alot over the past few weeks as there has been constant speculation about the imminent arrival of the Brazilian Messi – labelled Messinho.

The Brazilian is regarded as one of the finest young talents in the game and Chelsea have been desperate to beat off the likes of Barcelona in order to get a deal done for the young forward, who cannot join the club until the summer of 2025.

CHELSEA are understood to have already agreed a deal worth an initial €40million for the 17-year-old but that fee will rise substantially if a number of easily attainable performance related targets are met.

Palmeiras manager Abel Ferreira has warned Chelsea to ‘leave us alone’ after confirming Estevao Willian’s move to Stamford Bridge: ‘Leave us alone,’ Ferreira said. ‘I hope Chelsea won’t sign any other player from us, I hope they will let us alone.

‘Please, give us a break.’

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there is no doubt that Messinho is a talent for the future and a lad that can go along way in the game – but he is far too young to come to the Premier League with a club like CHELSEA.

He will probably get loaned out for the next few seasons when he officially makes it to London – but if he is given a chance to shine – he could be a great long-term investment for the Blues that is for sure.

But as we said – he will not be ready to make an impact at Chelsea for the next couple of seasons that is for sure.

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