• Willian shuns a three-year deal from Inter Milan
  • Tottenham is expected to offer a huge deal to Willian
  • Chelsea has yet to offer a new deal to Willian

Willian Borges da Silva has reportedly thumbed down a three-year contract offer from David Beckham's Inter Miami. This development gives Tottenham Hotspur the chance to sign the 31-year-old striker unless Chelsea F.C. comes to an agreement with the Brazilian winger.

The decision to spurn the offer from Inter Milan may come as a surprise since Willan has been adamant about wanting a three-year deal. But according to Mike McGrath of The Telegraph, it appears that the Brazilian wants to stay in Europe rather than make the jump to the MLS.

Willian was reportedly offered roughly more than $125,000 a week until 2023.

With Beckham's group failing to get anything done, the focus now shifts to Tottenham. The Hotspur is reportedly ready to offer the Brazilian a massive contract, provided the Blues does not find a way to keep the 31-year-old player.

Willian has started in all of the five matches of Chelsea since football action resumed. He has since accounted for four goals and an assist. This upped his total production for the season to 11 goals, just behind Tammy Abraham.

Only three weeks remain in Willian's current deal, meaning the Blues need to make their move soon. Frank Lampard wants to keep Willian in the fold, but that can only happen if the Brazilian gets the deal he is looking for.

The Blues offered him a two-year deal before the COVID-19 outbreak, and there has been no indication yet of Chelsea possibly giving in to Willian's demands.

Other teams in pursuit of Willian include Arsenal and Manchester United.

Though he has proven to be valuable for Lampard, the Blues will not be short of firepower next season. Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech are already on board, and Lampard has several other targets in mind. These include Kai Havertz of Bayer Leverkusen who could be nearing a deal to move to Stamford Bridge soon.

Despite the addition of young talented players, Willian still owns the necessary experience that the Blues need next season. Adding a year to the deal with reasonable pay may be the only thing needed for the Brazilian to play on at Stamford Bridge.

Key man - Willian has starred for Chelsea this season
Key man - Willian has starred for Chelsea this season AFP / Adrian DENNIS