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Willian's new Arsenal contract to be 'over twice as big as first thought'

Daily Star Friday, 14 August 2020
Willian's new Arsenal contract to be 'over twice as big as first thought'Willian looks set to join Arsenal after seven years at Chelsea with his contract set to expire meaning he will join their London rivals for nothing with Mikel Arteta keen on the transfer
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