David Luiz of Chelsea’s Not Going Because Mourinho

David Luiz of Chelsea’s Not Going Because Mourinho

David Luiz of Chelsea's Not Going Because Mourinho

Paris – David Luis career at Chelsea finished last summer was rumored for a harmonious relationship with Jose Mourinho. It was denied Luiz who claimed it was time did he go from the club.

Luiz from Benfica came from the winter 2011 was immediately become the primary choice of Chelsea. He not only adept at playing as a central defender, but also play in the defensive midfield position.

Brazilian international defender has an important role in bringing the trophy Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and for three years was there.

Unfortunately the story with Chelsea over after Mourinho agreed to take it off to Paris St-Germain last summer with a tag of 50 million pounds, which makes it the world’s most expensive defender.

The issue was immediately erupted when Luiz decided to get away from Stamford Bridge, which is crowded reported because no good relationship with Mourinho.

Last season Luiz “only” appeared in 34 games without a goal to make none. Compare with previous Luiz two full seasons in which he appeared 40 times and 57 times.

But the news was denied by 27-year-old defender who admitted his desire to go to Chelsea because it is felt his career was stuck there and he needs a new atmosphere.

“When Mourinho to leave Real Madrid, he said that he wanted to go when he feels things are going well – I’ve been feeling unwell and I said I wanted to go,” said Luiz told the Daily Mail.

“Chelsea have offered me a new contract and I said, ‘The feeling was no longer the same as before’,” he continued.

“People are trying to make a story about me and Mourinho, but we were never any problems. He is the boss and who decides who is playing and who’s not playing.”

“When he does not play David Luiz, it was really scary – ‘Oh my God’ – but for me it does not matter.”

“Mourinho was the coach who had a very different style. He did not talk about your personal life .. As a player you will not know much about his personal life and vice versa.”

“He’s not trying to defend me too because at that time I was there in Brazil – he said, ‘It’s OK, you can go’. I have a great life in London, great moments, we are the champions of Europe, I have a relationship outside usual with fans, colleagues, and everyone at the club. ”

“But I decided that my time is up. I did not play a lot, but I still play in important matches,” said Luiz.

Luiz and his colleagues at PSG will meet Mourinho when Chelsea visit to the Parc des Princes in the first leg of the Champions League last 16 on Wednesday (18/2) morning pm tomorrow.