Willian is one of Chelsea’s current longest-serving players having moved to Stamford Bridge back in 2013.
He played a crucial role in helping Chelsea win the Premier League in both 2015 and last season.
But Willian has seen his minutes diminish under Antonio Conte this campaign, starting just 13 games in the English top flight.
That has led to speculation he could be set for a summer exit with Barcelona and Real Madrid possible destinations.
Ernesto Valverde’s side are reportedly ahead of the queue to sign the 29-year-old, but they face one major problem.
That’s according to Spanish outlet El Gol Digital, who claim any potential move depends on Chelsea bringing in a replacement.
And it is said the Blues have set their sights on signing Felipe Anderson from Lazio.
Reports last month stated Chelsea had sent scouts to watch Anderson with a potential January move eyed.
No bid was officially lodged, but they are expected to increase their efforts in the summer transfer window.
Willian has recently admitted it would be his dream to join either Barcelona or Real.
“I think they are the two biggest clubs in the world, Real Madrid and Barcelona. More visibility,” he told Brazilian YouTube channel Resenha Delas.
“It’s everyone’s dream to play for these clubs. Of course there are other great ones, like the one I play for, Chelsea, and PSG, other greats.
“But these two are different. These are two that everyone has the dream to play for.”