Chelsea forward, Willian has reached a personal decision on his reported move to Barcelona.
The Brazil international has been tipped to quit Stamford Bridge in the coming weeks.
Manchester United and Barcelona are chasing the 29-year-old, who struggled to get regular game time under Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge last season.
Barca have had two bids rejected for Willian, with Chelsea demanding £60m for the Brazilian.
The London Evening Standard reports that Willian is keen to join Barcelona this summer and will force a move despite the arrival of new manager, Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
The Brazilian will have a fresh start under the Italian manager, however, the winger sees his future elsewhere.
The newspaper also reports that the Blues are unwilling to let Willian join United.
Jose Mourinho is desperate to reunite with Willian, who he signed during his time at Stamford Bridge.
However, following Nemanja Matic’s move to Old Trafford last summer, Chelsea have decided against strengthening a rival again.