Harry Redknapp comments on Arsenal winger Willian

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Harry Redknapp said on Sky Sports News (1:43 pm, Feb 13, 2021) that Arsenal winger Willian wanted a lot of money to stay in Chelsea.

Willian left Chelsea at the end of last season and joined London and Premier League rivals Arsenal on a free transfer.

The 32-year-old, who can also operate as an offensive midfielder, was offered a two-year deal by the Blues, The Daily Mail reported, but the Brazilian moved to the Gunners on a free transfer after receiving a triple deal of the year. , as reported by The Guardian.

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According to Spotrac, the attacker is paid £ 192,308 a week at Arsenal.

Former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United manager Redknapp claimed Willian was asking for a lot of money to sign a new contract with Chelsea before his move to Arsenal.

Frank Lampard was Chelsea’s manager at the time and is the nephew of Redknapp, who has also claimed that he wanted the former England international midfielder to sign John Stones from Manchester City.

Redknapp said of Willian on Sky Sports News (1:43 pm, Feb 13, 2021): “Willian has been a disappointment, hasn’t he? I bet it’s mega-money. I know he was asking Chelsea for crazy money to stay, so he must have gotten it to go to Arsenal. “

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Disappointing at Arsenal

Willian came to Arsenal with a solid reputation, having won the Premier League (twice), the FA Cup and the UEFA Europa League with Chelsea.

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However, the 32-year-old has not had the best times at Arsenal and is not playing well at the moment.

According to WhoScored, the Brazilian has made 12 starts and five backup appearances in the league so far this season, providing three assists in the process.

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