A report from the Observer is suggesting Arsenal have not yet made a decision on whether to try and lure Willian to The Emirates this summer.
The Brazilian is set to leave Chelsea when the Premier League season concludes, as his contract at Stamford Bridge expires.
Willian is settled in London, which has led to mass speculation regarding a move to Arsenal or even North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The Mirror recently reported that, prior to the global health crisis, Arsenal were ready to offer Willian a £250,000-a-week deal to become a Gunner.
The Brazilian’s links with Kia Joorabchian, who has recently built up an impressive amount of clout at The Emirates, is also set to play a role in any potential deal.
Like David Luiz and Cedric Soares, Willian is represented by the ‘superagent’ which could help a deal to Arsenal go through swimmingly.
However, the Observer is reporting that whilst Arsenal have ‘strong interest’ in the winger ‘no final decision’ has been made on his future.
That would appear to go for not just Arsenal’s end but also from Chelsea and the player’s himself.
So it seems Arsenal are still thinking it over regarding any deal to bring Willian to the club.
But if they wait too long, there is every chance they will be pipped to the post by a host of other interested parties, including their fiercest rivals.