Chelsea star player Willian trains with his two daughters [Video]

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Chelsea football star, Willian is seen in a recent video online training with his two daughters named Valentina and Manuella. Since the total lockdown has struck the world of football due to coronavirus outbreak, the football star has been home to observe the stay at home order propounded by the government in order to stop the spread of the virus.

The Brazilian star was seen in a video with his twin daughters, Valentina and Manuella in their home as they enjoy perfect football training sessions together. Earlier today, we published a post of Lionel Messi showing his little son Mateo Messi some fitness training. In the same vein, Willian would not miss any opportunity to train with his two adorable daughters especially in a moment like this one.

The Chelsea Fc talisman joined the Blues from Anzhi Makhachkala in 2013 and since then he has been an integral part of the team through thick and thin moments. He started his football career in a Brazilian club named Corinthians and he played in the club from 2006 to 2007. William’s contributions to the national team of Brazil during the World Cup can not be overestimated.

Willian is one of the top earners in Chelsea after recently signed a new contract, The 31-year-old player earns about £120k weekly in Chelsea. He played an important role in ensuring that Chelsea wins the Europa League last season against Arsenal.

Willian is currently at his home in North London in the United Kingdom to observe the stay at home order mandated by the government. The spell of coronavirus in the world is more than anyone has envisaged for, it came behind closed doors and took the entire world by surprise.

Reasonably, all football activities in the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Russia, Germany, France, and many other European countries have been put on hold. UEFA recently announced that the Champions League and Europa League competition has been postponed until further notice following the outbreak of coronavirus.