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Breaking News: Neymar sends Chelsea exciting message as huge Estevao Willian prediction made

Chelsea’s second summer acquisition, Estevao Willian, will finish his relocation to London the following summer.

Chelsea's second summer acquisition, Estevao Willian, will finish his relocation to London the following summer.

Estevao Willian

Estevao Willian has received special attention from Neymar as the adolescent wonder keeps getting better.

Following the completion of his transfer to Chelsea last week—the club reportedly had the option to pay up to £51 million—the winger has had an incredible week. In its announcement, the club stated: “The 17-year-old has already built a strong reputation in South America as one of the most exciting talents around due to his skilful dribbling and electric pace, causing defences plenty of problems in his breakout season in senior football.”

After turning eighteen, Willian will reunite with his new teammates in the summer of 2019. He will keep playing senior football for Palmeiras and get more experience in the interim.

After making a significant financial move to Europe, the teenager scored Palmeiras’ second goal in their 3-1 victory over Juventude on Sunday, continuing to make an impression. He launched shots into the net and then executed Cole Palmer’s famous “cold” celebration.

Neymar has acknowledged Willian’s remarkable performances and expressed his excitement for his career to grow into greater things. During a speech at the Hollywood Paladium, the Brazilian celebrity was asked which young talent most excited him.

With a “Estevao from Palmeiras,” Neymar answered. “He is a fantastic new talent in Brazilian football. He’s going to be brilliant, in my opinion.”

Willian’s manager at Palmeiras, Abel Ferreira, has similarly called the player a talent he has never seen before. He said, “Talk about Estevao.” “He seems to be unlike anything I’ve ever seen.

“Talk about that; he’s a boy who assaults and defends. For us in Brazil, he can serve as a future reference. This kind of player is essential to all teams because of their versatility.

“He already knows how to shoot and dribble; I’m not the one teaching him. It’s my responsibility to teach him defence and positioning techniques.”

 

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