Boss Issues Strong Transfer Statement About €55m Star Completing His Move To Chelsea!

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Palmeiras boss Abel Ferreira made an ardent plea to club president, Leila Pereira, to block the sale of Estevao Willian to Chelsea despite €55m offer.

CHELSEA have been splashing the cash over the past few transfer windows and adding young players to the side that they hope will develop in the coming seasons and make an impact on the first team.

They have one of the best academies in world football – and there has been quite a few players that have come through the system at Stamford Bridge and broken into the first team.

However – it seems that the Blues board are looking to raid Brazil once again for one of the country’s most exciting talents as they have reportedly opened talks to sign up  Messinho.

The Blues are in negotiations with Palmeiras for Messinho but the teenager’s price tag is an issue, and now his boss has opened up and told the club boards to stop the potential sale of one of their rising talents.

Palmeiras manager, Ferreira, recognising Willian’s immense potential, has made a passionate plea to his top boss and said: “I’m going to ask Leila not to sell this player. The father, the manager and he will be sad.

‘Let him stay with us until 2027. I really think this player is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. A boy who defends, attacks, shows himself in the game.”

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Messinho is a real talent and one for the future – but he is another Brazilian sensation that does not need to make the move to the Premier League – he does not need to leave his country just yet.

CHELSEA should be splashing this kind of money on players that are able to make an impact now – fans will not be happy.


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