Kia Joorabchian says Willian is yet to make a final decision over his future after interest from Arsenal and says the player will finalise his plans after the FA Cup final this weekend.
The winger is out of contract this summer and the blues have failed to reach an agreement over a new contract.
Willian wants a three-year deal but Chelsea are only willing to offer him a deal for the next two seasons.
According to reports, Arsenal have offered Willian a contract worth £250,000 a week but Joorabchian said that the Brazilian currently has four offers on the table.
Reports emerged on Monday that Chelsea had make a breakthrough in talkss with Willian. But Joorabchian says the midfielder’s future will be resolved after Chelsea’s FA Cup final with Arsenal on Saturday.
‘I don’t think he’s done a U-turn or any kind of turn really,’ Joorabchian told talkSPORT.
‘He’s always been very much under the same mode. ‘We have two very big offers, one from the MLS. And the insistence the MLS is that he has to make the decision and come over on July 1.
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‘And he’s always been under the same mode, he’s wanted to finish the season off at Chelsea, and then the day after the season has finished he will make his decision.
‘He has two concrete offers from Premier League teams on the table. ‘He has an MLS offer on the table, which is a very big offer as well. And he he’s got two other offers from Europe.
‘So Willian is in a great position. He has four offers on the table. He will make his decision after the FA Cup final.
‘Physically he’s in great condition and he’s always kept himself at a very high level.
‘He’s playing at the top of his game with Chelsea. He’s always going to give you a straight eight to 10 out of 10, every game he plays he’s going to give you everything.
‘He’s never had any, touch wood and I don’t want to jinx it, injury issues so there’s no reason why he can’t play for another four or five years if he wants to.’