Willian to return to training with Chelsea on Wednesday

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Brazil star, Willian failed to return to Chelsea's training amid reports of a £65million bid from Real Madrid.

Chelsea have accepted a €75 million bid by their Premier League rivals for the Brazilian worldwide, who is poised to reunite with Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.

Those behind the scenes at the club are said to be concerned that Willian's situation could mirror that of Diego Costa last summer.

Rumours in Italy last week claimed that Manchester United had agreed a fee, while reports in Spain suggested Real Madrid were also interested.

But the Blues are understood to be considering a double bid worth £100million from Real Madrid for Willian and Thibaut Courtois, with the Belgium No 1 particularly keen on a move back to the Spanish capital.

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Ruben Loftus-Cheek is available for selection against Arsenal after deciding to cut short his post-World Cup holiday to begin preseason training on Monday.

We've tailored a potential line-up United fans could see next term with the 29-year-old in their ranks, which also features another rumoured target in Leicester centre-back Harry Maguire.

But Willian has opened up on his future, revealing he is happy living in London and he wants to stay with the Blues. "I'm very happy at Chelsea", Willian told Globo Esporte.

But it is thought Willian may be trying to put pressure on Chelsea for a new contract, with his current £125,000-a-week deal due to run out in two years.

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