Manchester United have started their season in the best possible way in the Premier League this time around, having won three out of their first three matches so far and are currently heading the leaderboard with nine points at their disposal. All their wins have been dominating displays against West Ham United, Swansea City and Leicester City respectively and they are yet to concede a goal in the campaign as of now.

The Red Devils also spent well in the transfer window this summer, having secured the signing of one of the best strikers in the Premier League as well as Europe in the form of Romelu Lukaku, who has been a great addition to the side so far and has already started to prove his worth with three goals for his team in the competition.

Manchester United are, however, not looking to cease their spending spree right now and are looking forward to bring in one more player in the form of an attacking midfielder, who can give the edge to an already sharp looking strike force and help his side take the upper hand over their opponents, and are having their eyes fixed on the Brazilian winger Willian, who is currently playing for the reigning Premier League champions, Chelsea.

The sensational player has been one of the mainstays in the strike force for the Blues and has played a very crucial role in their lineup throughout the last few seasons and has contributed in a number of memorable victories for the West London club. He is considered to be one of the most highly regarded free kick takers in the Premier League and is also a diligent player whose work rate along with his creativity sets him apart.

The man in charge at Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho, who has been the former coach of Chelsea before Conte, is well aware of the capabilities of the Brazilian attacker and also how crucial a role he can play in the development of the attacking intent of his side. Willian was also the main man during the Portuguese gaffer’s last Premier League winning season and he will like to have the 29-year-old back at his disposal, this time at the Theatre of Dreams.

However, it is going to be problematic for Chelsea as well if they let go of the Brazilian international right on the transfer deadline day as it will push them to look for a replacement in virtually no time.

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