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FC Barcelona and Chelsea Reignite 60 Million Euro Bidding War

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It’s reported that both Chelsea and Barca are determined to go full throttle again for Estevao Willian. A rough diamond from Palmeiras, this promising attacker will be one of the gems to watch closely during future transfer windows.

Acquiring emerging stars is a critical issue for FC Barcelona, which continues to juggle to comply with Financial Fair Play. This task falls under Deco, a sports director who is sharpening his wit with the help of his president, Joan Laporta.

Thus, the legendary midfielder has reignited his interest in Estevao Willian (16 years old), a winger who dons the colors of Palmeiras. This squad is notably where Endrick will be making the jump to Real Madrid this very summer. And his Brazilian compatriot is once again making his way onto the Blaugrana radar.

According to Sunday Mirror, Barca is shaping up a move to get ahead in the acquisition of Estevao. A striker who, by the way, is also delighting Chelsea, which hopes to thwart the Liga champion’s intentions for the Brazilian.

Without sidelining the candidacies of Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain, and Manchester United, the Blues are considering taking action soon for this emerging star. Estevao Willian is showcasing his quality with Verdao, while his release clause stands at 60 million euros. It’s a head-to-head battle between Chelsea and the Culés for this deal.

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