Willian is set to LEAVE Arsenal and return to Brazil on a free transfer to Corinthians just a year after joining from Chelsea… with the Gunners keen to get his £190,000-a-week salary off the wage bill
- Willian is set to leave Arsenal imminently to return to home country Brazil
- Gunners are in talks with Corinthians over a deal for Willian on a free transfer
- Discussions are at an advanced stage with all parties keen to complete a deal
- Willian signed for free after leaving Chelsea but the move has not gone to plan
Arsenal midfielder Willian is set for a return to Brazil with Corinthians.
The two clubs are in talks over a deal for the former Chelsea star, who would return to his homeland on a free transfer.
Discussions are understood to be at an advanced stage with a willingness from all parties to complete a deal.
Willian is set for a return to Brazil with Corinthians and all parties want the deal to go through
Willian joined Arsenal last season on a free transfer after a long, successful spell with Chelsea
Willian signed for Arsenal on free transfer last season, but his move has not gone according to plan as the Gunners struggled under Mikel Arteta last season.
The Gunners are keen to remove his £190,000-per-week salary from the wage bill and would allow the South American to leave the Emirates.
But he has had a disappointing stay in north London, scoring only one goal in all competitions