By Alex Demarco

Chelsea’s Brazilian winger, Willian has denied reports that he has been approached by French champions Paris Saint-Germain and said he wants to end his career with the Blues,

European media recently reported that manager Unai Emery wants to bring the 28-year-old to the French capital, as well as his countryman and Premier League rival, Philippe Coutinho.

However, Willian has spoken of his and his family’s happiness with life in London/

“My family feels good in London and I love the Premier League, which is the best in the world,” he told France Football published online by Top Mercato.

“It would be a privilege to finish my career at a club as big as Chelsea.”

Since signing from Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala for £30 million back in 2013, the South American has gone from strength to strength and established himself as a fan’s favourite at Stamford Bridge.

Willian has made over 100 appearances for the Blues and his individual form was arguably the only highlight in what was a dismal 2015-16 campaign for Chelsea.

His 11 goals across all competitions, six of which were free-kicks, was a personal best for the Brazilian, saving his side on a number of occasions as they finished the season in 10th place.

Willian’s goals and his impressive performances were recognised by his team-mates and club management as he won Player’s Player and Club Player of the Year awards last term.

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