Chelsea have offered Willian a new contract despite the Brazilian having denied that a new deal has been proposed, according to the Telegraph. Sources at the club have told the newspaper that a contract was tabled just two weeks ago, and they are waiting for a reply from the 31-year-old and his agent.
Willian has said that he is still waiting for the Blues to make him an offer, but he may be trying to put pressure on the club to propose a better deal.
Chelsea usually only offer a one-year contract to players over 30, and the Brazilian international is likely to be holding out for at least a two-year extension.
Willian will be able to talk to foreign clubs in January, with Barcelona and Juventus leading the battle to sign him, but the winger has insisted he is keen on staying at Stamford Bridge. He has been with the Blues for over six years, having won five trophies during that time.