Tottenham Hotspur chairman, Daniel Levy, is definitely one to smell a bargain in the transfer market and there could be one available in the summer after recent comments.

Chelsea winger, Willian, has admitted that he may become available on a free transfer come the end of the season after contract disputes.

The Brazilian says he wants an extra three years at Chelsea, but the club have only offered him a two-year deal.

Tottenham have been linked with a move for Willian recently (Daily Star), while they were also at the forefront of the battle to sign him before Chelsea secured his signature.

Back in 2013, the winger looked to be joining Spurs before the Blues swooped in at the last minute (Guardian). Willian himself has even previously claimed that Tottenham paid for his flight (Metro).

The 31-year-old forward has been at Chelsea for seven seasons, scoring 57 goals in 325 games for the Blues (Wikipedia).

He told Esporte Interativo (via Metro): “Chelsea offered me two years, and they are not going to change what they offered.

“I said I wanted three more years. The situation is difficult because of this, I really don’t know if it will be possible. My goal is to continue working and focus on this remainder of the season, so that Chelsea can continue winning the games for the remainder of the season.

“I have a clear head and focused for the rest of the season that we have left.”

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