Tottenham Hotspur's proposed move for Chelsea attacker Willian is reportedly 'on hold' due to the break in football, according to a report.
Tottenham Hotspur's move for Chelsea attacker Willian is reportedly 'on hold'.
The Brazil international will see his contract at Stamford Bridge expire at the end of June, and it is widely thought that he will leave Frank Lampard's side on a free transfer this summer.
Willian has revealed that he wants to stay in the Premier League regardless of whether he signs a new deal with the Blues, and Spurs are allegedly interested in signing the South American.
According to Football Insider, Jose Mourinho's side have identified the 31-year-old as a target, but a move for the attacker is 'currently on hold' due to the break in football.
Willian has contributed seven goals and six assists in 37 appearances for Chelsea this season.
Juventus, managed by former Blues boss Maurizio Sarri, are also believed to be weighing up an approach for the 69-time Brazil international.