“I regret leaving Chelsea to join Arsenal” – Willian
Willian, who is currently playing for Fulham, says he made a big mistake when he left Chelsea and joined Arsenal almost three years ago.
The experienced player, who had played for Brazil at the international level, left Stamford Bridge after seven trophy-filled seasons because he was only given a two-year contract. Willian joined Arsenal for free after the team made it clear they were willing to keep him for another year.
The former Shakhtar Donetsk star didn’t get any better while Mikel Arteta was coaching him because he had trouble getting used to the team.
Willian didn’t have much better luck when he went back to Brazil to play for Corinthians, and many people were surprised when he signed with Fulham in the summer.
The veteran, on the other hand, has shown his critics that they were wrong by doing well for the Cottagers, who have made a surprising run for the European division.
Willian will be able to play against his old team tomorrow at Craven Cottage. The Brazilian is still trying to figure out why he made the wrong decision to sign with Arsenal.
Sky Sports asked him if he was sorry he left Chelsea, and he said, “Yes, I wish I had never left,” I tell myself when I stop and think about everything. It’s easy to say something right now, but it’s hard when you stop to think about it. But he said, “But that’s the truth. I’m happy at Fulham, and I’m having fun there.
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At this point, Arsenal is really getting going. I think that was when a lot of things started to change. I was so happy when I signed a contract with them, and I trained hard, but nothing came of it.
The other two Fulham players who used to play for Arsenal are Cedric Soares and Bernd Leno. One of them is Willian. Silva has said that he will talk to all three of them before the game against Arsenal on Sunday.
Silva was aware that both Bernd and Cedric were on the team. He said that since we have more lessons and a class, of course we can talk about Arsenal. “We’re having a meeting.” (on Saturday).
To be honest, it’s very clear what they do and how they do it. They do it in a simple way, but they are very good at it. We have already fought against them in the past.
During our conversations with Leno and Cedric, they might teach us something new, but we already know everything there is to know about them. We can see everything very clearly.