Eden Hazard’s departure from Chelsea this summer left us with plenty of questions, one of the biggest of which was, who would take over the No.10 shirt? Hazard has been dazzling us all in that shirt since 2014, when he changed from the No.17 in the wake of Juan Mata’s departure, but who would be the worthy successor to take it on now?

Would it be young Christian Pulisic, the marquee signing of the season? He had rocked up in the No.24 for his first preseason game, which already suggested he wouldn’t. So would it be the even younger Callum Hudson-Odoi, jewel of the Academy in a symbolic sweetener to him rejecting Bayern Munich for a long-term Chelsea contract?

As it turns out, it will be neither. At least so claims the shirt’s new owner, Willian, in an interview with Fred of Desimpedidos.

While I do not speak Portuguese, Reddit and Twitter both agree that the video confirms not only that Chelsea have offered Willian the No.10 shirt, but that he’s apparently decided to accept it and switch to it. (Here’s the full video that confirms that they are indeed talking about Chelsea at that point, not Brazil or Corinthians. The sequence starts around the 6-minute mark, when the topic of Hazard’s departure comes up.)

Willian was Brazil’s No.10 at this summer’s Copa América (as Neymar’s injury replacement), and he also wore the number at both Shakhtar Donetsk and Anzhi Makhachkala before coming to Chelsea. (The No.22 could then conceivably go to Pulisic, which was his number at Borussia Dortmund.)

Willian’s currently in Brazil as he continues to rest and recover from the Copa as well as rehab a minor hamstring injury. He’s got some big shoes to fill now, so he’s gonna have to be in top form.