Arsenal defender David Luiz have revealed he would consider move away from the Premier League should the opportunity present itself, according to the Metro.
The Center back only joined the Gunners this summer but he is yet to cement his name in Unai Emery’s starting XI.
The 32-year-old left Stamford Bridge in the summer after three years in west London.
Speaking on the subject of his future, Luiz told ESPN Brasil: “I, today, have no such plan. I don’t have that as a goal. But we never know, football goes very fast.
“What makes me happy is to see the quality of Brazilian football. You see Jorge Jesus with Flamengo, and the great players like Felipe, Rafinha, Gerson, Gagibol, who’s back shining as he always shone at first at Santos.
“So without a doubt, I’m happy for our football. I am glad about the ever-growing quality. I’m sincere to say that today I don’t have this idea.
I have a two-year contract with Arsenal. I have ambitions and goals here with Arsenal, so I came here. But we never know in the future.”
‘I have my ambitions and goals here with Arsenal, so I came here. But we never know in the future.’
Luiz started his playing career in Brazil, playing at youth level for Sao Paulo and Vitoria, before joining Benfica in 2007.