Chelsea winger Willian played his first game with the Blues since Maurizio Sarri‘s appointment in Community Shield defeat to Man City yesterday.
The 29-year-old, who played at the World Cup 2018 with La Seleçao, had a couple of extra-weeks to rest after the competition was over and came back in action just three days ago.
It is understood Chelsea have already rejected several bids from Barcelona, with also Real Madrid and Manchester United reportedly interested in the Brazilian star.
Speaking in the mixed zone after the game, Willian said: “I’m happy here, I’m happy at Chelsea to play here. I’m looking forward to playing well and to win titles. I feel good, I feel good after three days of training, of course I am not my best performance, my best condition”.
“And we have to look forward because we have a great season to play and we’re going to try to win some titles.
“We have to learn in every game, not only this game, of course we want to win but we didn’t so now we have to keep going. We have a new manager with a new philosophy, a new profile of football so I have to keep going and try to train hard every day”.