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Willian has already decided his next move after leaving Arsenal as he makes Chelsea admission.

Willian has indicated he would like to stay in Europe when he finally leaves Arsenal.


The 32-year-old arrived at the Emirates Stadium on a free transfer last summer after his contract with London rivals Chelsea expired and he enjoyed his good start, recording many assistants in a 3-0 win over Fulham in the first weekend of the new Premier League season.


However, the Brazilian has not been able to build on that show, enrolling two assistants in all competitions since then and is still awaiting his first goal with Arsenal colors.


he was hailed as a 'game changer' by Gunners manager Mikel Arteta during Thursday night's Europa League win over Benfica.


"I intend to stay in Europe, anyway. Leaving Europe, I went to another market. The United States, I don't know, another market. But we make plans, sometimes things can change.


"So today I answer that I don't have the idea to play in Brazil again."


Willian reopened the transfer by moving to west London north London last summer, a decision that was not easy to make as he did not pressure to leave Chelsea.


"It was difficult to make that decision, it was not easy. Because, as you said, the rivalry between the two clubs is very serious. It was not an easy decision to leave Chelsea for Arsenal," added Willian.


"It was a well-thought-out, well-thought-out decision, I talked to my wife and even the agent several times.

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