Man Utd eyeing summer move for Brazil international forward

Chelsea forward Willian has attracted transfer interest from Premier League rivals Man Utd.

Brazilian could make a move to Man Utd because he wants to remain in the Premier League, reports say.

The Brazil international is poised to become a free agent when the season ends and Solskjaer is keen on to lure experienced forward at Old Trafford.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard remains a fan of Willian as he has been in the starting XI most of the time after he has been in charge.

However, the Blues are now looking to the future and Brazil due to his age doesn’t fit in their plans for the future.

Chelsea are poised to lose him for free having failed to give the Brazilian forward the three-year contract he craves.

And the Daily Mail claim he could now make a move to Man Utd with the 20-times English champions interested in securing his services.

It’s reported that Willian wants to remain in England if possible despite also being rumoured with La Liga heavyweights Barcelona, who failed to sign him last year.

And that could open the door to a spectacular move to United as Solskjaer targets Premier League title glory next season.

United have raided Chelsea for two of their players in recent years Juan Mata and Nemanja Matic and Willian could be the next.

The Red Devils could even move for Willian as an alternative for their top transfer target Jadon Sancho who has been valued at £119m by Dortmund.