Chelsea and Man United consider a swap deal involving Martial and Willian

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Willian's time as a Chelsea player may soon be coming to an end.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is said to be set on luring a Brazil worldwide to the Red Devils, who are believed to be willing to pay £60 million (R1 billion) to secure his signature.

The report claims the Red Devils are set to test the waters over potentially luring Mandzukic to Old Trafford, but a deal for the striker remains unlikely as Juventus are keen to keep hold of the 32-year-old.

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Willian made just 20 Premier League starts for Chelsea last season and Mourinho is ready to test their resolve with a summer offer for the 29-year-old.

The Portuguese manager signed the 29-year-old Brazil worldwide from Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, while at Stamford Bridge, but is now eager to take the highly-rated midfielder to Old Trafford.

Leeds United have missed out on the signing of Manchester United stopper Dean Henderson after he joined Sheffield United on loan.

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Martial who was left out of France squad for the 2018 World Cup scored 17 goals in his debut campaign under Louis van Gaal but he's failed to settle under Mourinho.

Willian's future at Stamford Bridge is in serious doubt as he recently admitted he found life on the bench hard at times last season after making just 20 Premier League starts under Antonio Conte.

'Of course (Fred can make an impact), no doubt about that. "I hope for good results in the future".

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If they are to complete the signing, the Express says it could allow Arsenal to swoop on Steven N'Zonzi, who would thus return to the Premier League.