Former Shakhtar Donetsk boss Mircea Lucescu Considers Juve are the perfect next destination for the Brazilian winger.

Former Shakhtar Donetsk manager Mircea Lucescu has endorsed Willian to finish a move from Chelsea this summer, together with Juventus touted as a potential landing place.

The Brazilian winger has racked up over 300 appearances for the Blues in complete, while putting his hands on two Premier League titles and the Europa League.

The 31-year-old enjoys the entire trust of present boss Frank Lampard, with showcased in 37 matches in all competitions this year, but as it stands, is set to leave Stamford Bridge after this season after his contract expires.

Chelsea have yet to meet Willian’s requirements over a contract extension, amid reported attention from Barcelona, Tottenham, and Juve.

Lucescu, who profited in the midfielder’s abilities while he had been in control at Shakhtar between 2007 and 2013, considers Willian will call time on his career in British football.

The Romanian head trainer told Tuttomercatoweb: “He’s been in Chelsea for several years and maybe it’s time for a shift.

Pressed on whether he’d urge Juventus to Willian, Lucescu responded:” Surely, yes.

“I would be quite pleased if Willian chose Juventus. It’d be outstanding to see him wearing that shirt”

Willian’s present bargain at Chelsea is supposed to expire on June 30, but FIFA has declared that player contracts are most likely to be extended through the end of their 2019-20 campaign, that has been suspended on account of the coronavirus catastrophe.

Before this month, the Brazilian asserted he would continue to”give up that which” into the Blues’ trigger for so long as he’s needed.

“I wish to provide everything for Chelsea before the end like I always did, before the end of my contract, even before the close of the league,” Willian informed the Associated Press.

“I must go over with the team to find out what we’re likely to perform. However, for me personally, from my side, I don’t have any problem to play with before the close of the year”