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Fulham-linked Willian leaves Brazil over death threats

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Brazil forward Willian has left local side Corinthians after saying he had receiving death threats. The 34-year-old former Arsenal and Chelsea went on a free transfer to the Sao Paulo-based club last summer. English media has strongly linked him to Premier League club Fulham FC.
2 months ago·Fulham, Australia

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Fulham-linked Willian leaves Brazil over death threats

Brazil forward Willian has left local side Corinthians after saying he had receiving death threats.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Willian leaves Corinthians due to death threats as Fulham move looms

Willian has revealed that ‘constant threats to his family’ were behind his decision to leave Corinthians.The 34-year-old, who spent eight years in the Premier League with Chelsea and Arsenal, took the decision to terminate his contract with the Brazilian club by mutual consent, meaning that he’s now a free agent.Willian has ended his time at Corinthians following abuse sufferedAFPWillian took to social media to explain his reasons for leavingFul…

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Willian Leaves Corinthians After Death Threats

Brazil forward Willian has left local side Corinthians after receiving death threats, the former Arsenal and Chelsea player said. The 34-year-old went on a free transfer to Corinthians last summer, but the return has been everything but pleasant for the winger who has 70 caps for the Brazilian national team since his debut in 2011. On Friday, Willian told that he will return to Europe and that he had terminated the contract with the club. Englis…

2 months ago·New York, United States
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