General Hospital Spoilers: Michael Makes His Next Move In Willow’s Direction, What Will Chase Do?

Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) knows that he has to give 110% when it comes to the effort put in for getting full custody of his son, Wiley. Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) displayed yet again, behavior that proves she is not fit to be a mother. Nelle’s antics regarding Wiley’s recent heart surgery open Michael’s eyes even wider as he realized he must stop at nothing to keep Nelle away from his son.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Michael goes back on his original decision, opposing his girlfriend, Sasha Gilmore’s (Sofia Mattsson), suggestion for Michael and Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) to marry.

Willow’s boyfriend, Detective Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) is fully against the idea and expressed a bit of anger toward Willow after the discussion. Now that Michael is ready to do what it takes to ensure he gets custody of Wiley, General Hospital spoilers hint that Michael will approach Willow, rehashing Sasha’s plan for him to marry Willow.

General Hospital rumors claim that Willow will agree to marry Michael, despite Chase’s disapproval. It’s been rumored that this will drive a huge wedge between Willow and Chase, as Willow knows what she needs to do for the child she loves, and Chase can’t get past his girlfriend marrying another man.

Is Sasha to blame for Willow and Chase’s inevitable breakup? Will she and Michael be next to follow?

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