The Brazil forward reportedly wants to leave Stamford Bridge for Camp Nou this summer
Chelsea are willing to sell Willian to Barcelona this summer, but they will not accept any bid lower than £70million for the Brazil forward.
Willian, who turns 30 next month, reportedly wishes to leave Stamford Bridge this summer amid interest from the Camp Nou club, with former Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho said to have been convincing him to sign for Barca while the pair were together at the World Cup.
Barcelona have so far submitted three bids for Willian, with their latest said to be worth around £65m, but Chelsea have set a £70m asking price on the 29-year-old, according to the Evening Standard.
They are refusing to let Eden Hazard leave Stamford Bridge for Real Madrid at any cost, but Willian will be allowed to depart west London as long as their asking price is met.
Chelsea will move for Anthony Martial, the Manchester United forward, to replace Willian if the latter is sold this summer.
talkSPORT told you last week that Maurizio Sarri is keen on signing Martial, but United are holding out for almost £100m for the 22-year-old France international.