Manchester United will reportedly make a new approach for Chelsea winger Willian this summer.
The Brazil international revealed this week Jose Mourinho has tried to sign him at Old Trafford recently.
And according to the Daily Star, United will test the water again in the next transfer window.
Chelsea will be reluctant to let Willian join their Premier League rivals, but £40million is expected to be enough to convince the Blues to undergo talks.
Last season, the 28-year-old won the Player of the Year award at Stamford Bridge, but Pedro and Eden Hazard have been preferred of late under Antonio Conte.
Willian, N'Golo Kante, Diego Costa and Antonio Conte all feature in our Chelsea News
Whenever he plays well, which is 99 per cent of the time, Chelsea either win or do well
Former Blues goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer feels N’Golo Kante has only had one poor game in a Chelsea shirt.
The £30m summer signing from Leicester has continued where he left off at the King Power Stadium and shone in Conte’s midfield.
However, his ex-Foxes team-mate says last month’s 2-0 defeat at Tottenham was Kante’s biggest blip in a solid season.
"The one game I've seen him play badly this season was away at Spurs, and it's no coincidence Chelsea lost that game,” Schwarzer told BBC’s Premier League Show.
"Whenever he plays well, which is 99 per cent of the time, Chelsea either win or do well.”
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Antonio Conte is happy with how Diego Costa's behaviour and attitude at Chelsea
Conte is confident striker Diego Costa will remain at Chelsea beyond this summer, despite his links to China.
The Spain international’s future in west London is in doubt, but the Blues boss is happy with his approach to everyday life at the club.
When asked by Gary Lineker on BBC’s Premier League Show if he believes Costa will stay long term, Conte said: "Yeah I think so.
"I see him everyday and his commitment, his behaviour, he's very involved with the team.
"I think he loves this club."