Arsenal fans react as Fabrizio Romano reports Willian is listed for transfer
Arsenal fans are buzzing after Fabrizio Romano revealed that Willian has been listed for transfer by the club just one year after joining for free from Chelsea.
The journalist took to Twitter to claim that the Brazilian international is expected to leave the club this summer, with the Atheltic reporting earlier this week that David Luiz will also depart the north London side in the off-season with the defender’s contract set to expire at the end of this campaign.
Willian has not been a fan favourite with Arsenal fans ever since he signed for the club last year, and this update from Romano was met with wild celebrations from supporters, who are eager for the winger to leave the north London club at the end of the season despite just spending 12 months with the side.
Here’s what some Arsenal fans had to say about the latest on Willian on Twitter…
Nah this club is actually serious. What's going on.
— M (@watmanAFC) May 16, 2021
Yesssss let’s goooo both leaving what a dream
— A.S17 (@ArunSnell) May 16, 2021
WILLIAN GONEEEEEE pic.twitter.com/P4VJK0cSvT
— seán #FreePalestine🇵🇸 (@seanknowsball) May 16, 2021
Best news so far today
— Dat_Edo_Pikin™️ ~ 丅αc𝔥𝐀1м 🔱 (@Call_Me_Daniels) May 16, 2021
WILLIAN GWARNNN pic.twitter.com/nXOfBkQPmP
— yzinoo🎱💨 (@AFCYzinooo) May 16, 2021
Get him for free and now we are waiting for bids pic.twitter.com/t5NPzfHUsb
— Bgerov (@Bgerov1) May 16, 2021
SIUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU OH MY GOD YEEEEEEEEES
— MKirk (@AFCmakir) May 16, 2021
Willian is expected to be one of many first-team players to leave Arsenal this summer, with the Guardian reporting that as many as five senior names could depart the Emirates.
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