14 Aug 2014

David Luiz takes swipe at Chelsea

Paris Saint-Germain defender David Luiz has taken a swipe at his former employers Chelsea by claiming it is nice to be at a club who believe in him.

Chelsea sold the defender to the French champions for £50million before his questionable performances for Brazil at the World Cup.

Blues manager Jose Mourinho maintains his side will be stronger without Luiz, but the Brazilian believes Chelsea will regret selling him in the months ahead.
“I have to believe that Chelsea or any team will miss me. I’m not arrogant but I’m confident in my own abilities,” Luiz told the Sun.

“Paris paid a lot for me so they obviously believe in me. It is nice to be at a club where they really want you and where they show belief in you.
Shortly after Luiz’s departure, Frank Lampard was allowed to leave on a free, only for Manchester City to sign him on a six-month loan deal from New York City.

His move to the Etihad Stadium came as a shock to make, but Luiz believes he still has plenty to offer and will be a big loss for Chelsea.
“I can only speak about my experience of playing with Frank and I still think he has lots to offer at the highest level,” Luiz explained.

“Not just because he is a great player but also because of his experience in big games. I have as much chance of winning major trophies here as at Chelsea or any other club in Europe.”

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