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The 31-year-old’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires in just a few days and a host of teams have been linked with the star.

Willian posted an emotional Instagram rallying cry after missing out on the FA Cup Final

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About Cheeseman
Cheeseman is a surname, meaning a maker or seller of cheese. Variants are Cheesman, Chesman and Chiesman. Notable people with the surname include:

Ted Cheeseman beats Sam Eggington in brilliant, brutal war at …

About Eggington
Egginton – or Eggington as it is now known – is a village and civil parish in the Central Bedfordshire district of Bedfordshire, England, about three miles east of Leighton Buzzard. Apart from the village itself, the parish also includes the hamlet of Briggington on the road to Leighton Buzzard, and the hamlet of Clipstone to the north of Clipstone Brook. The hamlet of Leedon was in Eggington parish, but became part of Leighton Buzzard when the parish boundary was redrawn in the early 1980s.
The village itself is relatively small – with some 190 residents living in 94 houses. It now has an Indian restaurant, a church and a village hall, formerly the village school (which closed in 1984). The Congregational chapel was pulled down in the 1970s: the village shop also closed in that era, and the old Methodist chapel was converted to a dwelling in 1988.
Nearby places are Leighton Buzzard, to the west, Hockliffe, to the east and Stanbridge to the south. At the eastern end of the village is Eggington House built in 1696. In the 1960s this was the home of Sir Gilbert Inglefield (a former Lord Mayor of London), then in 1978 it became the home of Lord Slynn of Hadley, the first English judge to move from the Queen’s Bench Division to the Court of Justice of the European Community in Luxembourg, where he was one of six Advocates General. It is now in the private ownership of the Garrigue family and can be hired as a venue for wedding receptions, events and conferences.
The White House – a former parsonage in the village – was used to house the elderly blind who were evacuated from London for the duration of the Second World War. It was subsequently purchased by Bedfordshire County Council and became Children’s home between 1952 and 1983, since when it has become a private Care Home for the elderly.
The Three Horseshoes pub was eventually taken over by Louis Appert, who ran it as a rural French restaurant. This was replaced by Lavang – an Indian restaurant – in 2007. It was then purchased by Mr B. Choudhury who extensively renovated the property in 2011, adding an extension/Function Room to the property.Eggington is part of the political ward of ‘Heath and Reach’ which sends a Councillor to Central Bedfordshire Council. The ward includes the villages of Heath and Reach, Hockliffe, Eggington, Stanbridge, Tilsworth, Tebworth, and Wingrave. The ward was created in 2011 and has since been represented by Councillor Mark Versallion.

Willian posted an emotional Instagram rallying cry after missing out on the FA Cup FinalCredit: Getty

Willian was desperate to get fit for the Wembley showpiece and add another medal to his impressive trophy cabinet from his time in West London.

Unfortunately for the winger, he was ruled out after failing to recover from the setback that kept him out of last Sunday’s win over Wolves.

Ted Cheeseman beats Sam Eggington in brilliant, brutal war at …

And in the build-up to kick-off, he took to Instagram to offer encouragement to his Blues pals.

He wrote: “We’ve been working all season to enjoy a moment like this, playing a great final match at Wembley.

“I did treatment for the whole week, but unfortunately the pain persists.

“I won’t be on the field this time, but I am with my teammates until the end! Come on Blues!!!”

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We’ve been working all season to enjoy a moment like this, playing a great final match at Wembley. I did treatment for the whole week, but unfortunately the pain persists. I won’t be on the field this time, but I am with my teammates until the end! Come on Blues!!! 💪 . Trabalhamos toda a temporada para ter a oportunidade de desfrutar de um momento como esse, uma grande final em Wembley. Fiz tratamento durante toda a semana, mas infelizmente as dores persistem. Não poderei estar em campo dessa vez, mas estou com com meus companheiros até o fim! Vamos Chelsea!!! 💪 #CFC #facup #final #Comeonchelsea #W10 #chelseafc

Barcelona, Inter Miami and Arsenal have all reportedly put offers on the table to Willian.

The largest in terms of salary is said to be David Beckham’s MLS side Miami.

That contract would run until the end of their 2023 campaign, with Barcelona also meeting the three-year minimum requirement set out by the player himself.

Willian’s agent, Kia Joorabchian, has stated that as many as five teams want to sign the 31-year-old when his contract expires.


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Joorabchian told talkSPORT: “We had big offers – one from MLS which required him to move on July 1 – but he’s always wanted to finish the season at Chelsea and the day after the season has finished he would decide.

“He has two concrete offers from Premier League clubs on the table, an offer from an MLS club, and two other offers from Europe.

“He is going to make his decision after the last game of the season.”

Frank Lampard has insisted on his desire to keep Willian but the winger has claimed that a three-year deal is not available at Stamford Bridge.

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