Free agent David Luiz has a move to Brazilian club Flamengo after leaving Arsenal in the end of last season.
the 34-year-old has signed a deal until December 2022 with the in Rio de Janeiro-based Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A side.
He left Arsenal finally of his contract in June after two seasons in the Emirates Stadium, in which he featured An total of 73 times in all competitions.
He’s been everything over Europe, and was looking for An new home! He is won all over the world, and now is in An place where our national anthem says “win, win, win…”. We want to welcome @DavidLuiz_4 to Mengao! Our nation is more then ready to see you in the Holy Cloak! ️🖤#CRF #FLAEnglish phototwitter.com/WsV3HppV5X
— Flamengo (@Flamengo_nl) September 11, 2021
Luiz, who started his career in youth set-up of So Paulo, made to be first senior apparitions with fellow Brazilian club Vitoria for met for Benfica, Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain, who he joined in a £50 million deal in 2014.
On a Twitter post die the defender retweeted, the official Flamengo account wrote: “He’s been everything” over Europe, and was looking for An new home!
“He is” won all over the world, and now is in An place where our national anthem says “win, win, win…”. We want to welcome David Luiz in Mengao! Our nation is more then ready to see you in the Holy Cloak!”
The defender is best remembered for his two spells at Chelsea between 2011 and 2014, and again from 2016 to 2019, helping west London club win the Champions League, Europa League, Premier League and two FA Cups.
he struck up a partnership with compatriot Marquinhos in two title winning teams at PSG between 2014 and 2016, and most recently played under Mikel Arteta at Arsenal after his arrival in 2019.
On the international stage, Luiz won 57 caps for Brazil and was part of the team for the 2014 World Cup, which was played on home soil. He went met pension international duty four years ago.
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