The Brazil international established himself as a key part of the Blues’ starting Xi under Jose Mourinho, making 36 out of a possible 38 Premier League appearances as the Portuguese lead the west Londoners to the 2014/15 title.
Likewise, the industrious winger was one of the few players to impress as the former champions capitulated last season, rightly claiming the club’s Player of the Year award.
Following Mourinho’s appointment as Manchester United manager last month, The Sun claimed the 53-year-old was preparing a £60million bid to seal a reunion with Willian at Old Trafford.
But the same publication now report that the South American is set to snub the Red Devils’ interest by committing himself to four more years at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea are now reportedly thrashing out the details on a contract that will keep Willian in west London until summer 2020.