David Luiz move to Arsenal on a two years contract. [Transfer Deadline]

David Luiz has completed a late deal to Arsenal on Transfer Deadline Day

SON NEWS:- David Luiz move to Arsenal

The Blues defender David Luiz has pulled a shocking move to Arsenal after staying just a year at the club since his return from Paris Saint Germain.

The Brazilian defender has decided to quit the London club at a danger time which saw chelsea’s legend Eden Hazard leave for Real Madrid and also a time in which the Blues are Banned from registering new players, Chelsea also lose their Manager Maurizio Sarri this year.

Arsenal has bought David Luiz with just 8 million euros as the Defender appear to force the deal through himself, he was in long disagreement with maurizio sarri but the Italian has already move to Juventus.

David has huge experience and I look forward to working with him again,” Arsenal head coach Unai Emery said.

“He is a well known player and adds to our defensive strength.”

Tim Sherwood also give his verdict on the deal he stated, “I think Arsenal do need David Luiz, they certainly need to strengthen in the centre-back area. He is a proven winner in the Premier League, he’s won multiple league titles and he’s winner wherever he’s gone. The manager knows him – Unai Emery worked with him at PSG – and he obviously feels like he can bring him into Arsenal and he can help strengthen them, which I think he will.

“Luiz’s family are settled in London, they wont have to move, he still gets a big London club in Arsenal and it works for both parties. Frank Lampard will be the happiest out of everyone because he doesn’t have a disgruntled player in his dressing room, he’s got a player who he has moved on to another club – albeit a rival.”

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