David Luiz is still looking for a return to football after Arsenal released him at the end of last season. The Brazilian spent two seasons with the Gunners after initially joining them from Chelsea in 2019. His time at Arsenal was inconsistent, as he was able to do good and bad in the same game from time to time. Mikel Arteta extended his contract at the start of the 2020/2021 season, but the club allowed him to leave at the end of the season.
He now he has been looking for a new club since he is not yet ready to retire from the game. Todofichajes says the Brazilian is now under attack by two clubs, one in Europe and the other in his home country Brazil. Brazilians have been known to return home to their league when they want to retire, but the report claims Luiz isn't exactly ready to finish his career just yet.
The Brazilian still wants to stay in Europe and Lazio is looking to give him the opportunity to enjoy it. The Italians are fighting Flamengo for signing him at the moment, but the Brazilian club is offering him a longer-term contract that he might prefer.
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