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Arsenal Ex Player Willian Finally Opens Up On His Times At The Club

After leaving Chelsea in 2020, Brazilian International Willian left for Emirates Stadium, where he only spent one season with the Gunners under the reign of Mike Arteta, but the 33 years old has finally decided to left Emirates Stadium for Brazilian side, after failing to live up to expectations at Arsenal.However, after securing a home return to Brazilian club Corinthians Willian has finally decided to share some stories, about how his one year spell at the Emirates Stadium was tough despite him having the experience of life at the premier League.

Speaking via Gazeta Esportiva he narrated:

"I really thought a lot, together with my family and close people. unfortunately, my time at Arsenal was not good, I wasn't happy at the club."I don't need to go into details,but I wasn't happy and I thought that returning to Brazil was the best option. I studied some other opportunities, but I wanted to return to Corinthians l, to my home,to be close to my family. It's the club that projected me to the world, revealed me. The right time to come back was this."The former Chelsea winger left two years contracts at Emirates Stadium, with an £ 240,000 million earning, but by choosing to tear up his contract he'll save the Gunners £ 20.5 million.

Willian has played a total of 259 premier League games, the most by any Brazilian player in the history.

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