The Brazilian international has become a key component in Chelsea’s attacking engine. He has everything he needs right here, in the heart of the Bridge, so why leave to PSG or Barcelona?
There could be a million reasons as to why he would leave England, but not many to why he should leave.
Sure, the Paris Saint-Germain owners probably blow their noses with $100 bills – so it doesn’t seem that a lack of cash will keep David Luiz from transferring.
Unlike the Premier League, the French and Spanish leagues religiously focus on three teams respectively - Barcelona, Real Mardid and Atletico Madrid for Spain. Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco and Marseille for France.
It seems the press latches-on and twists the stories, similar to the way Suarez’s teeth latched-on and twisted in Ivanovic’s arm. The only difference is, Suarez’s vampirism is more believable.
With more competition here in England, what superstar would not like to be challenged.
Not only does Chelsea face immense competition from Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool, but they also have stiff competition from Everton and Newcastle.
With the captaincy’s golden glow shimmering in the horizon of the blue for Luiz, there has never been a more blatant reason to continue his services for Chelsea.
The fans love his performances, and his teammates appreciate his comedic relief that he evidently brings to the dressing room.
If Mikel leaves, then Luiz will be perfect for the Nigerian's position, because when the Brazilian begins to attack, not much can stop him.
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