Regardless of being out of contract, David Luiz wants to drag out his stay at Arsenal and there is an exceptionally high chance it will happen, says his agent. As of late learning from Sky Sports News, Luiz moved to the Emirates on a one-year deal rather than the two-year contract detailed his agent Kia Joorabchian had revealed that Arsenal had the choice of broadening the deal for a subsequent season, which they didn’t take and the clause has since lapsed.
Joorabchian affirmed in a Sunday meeting with Sky Sports News that the Brazilian would not like to leave north London, adding the club and the player ought to talk about his future on the double.
Representative Kia Joorabchian has said that David Luiz has ‘no goal’ to leave Arsenal by 2020.
About a time when the defender admitted to wanting to come back to Benfica, sources recommended that Arsenal couldn’t take advantage of their entitlement to expand the Brazilian Emirates Stadium deal.
In any case, Joorabchian proposed that the 33-year-old would want to go through the following a year with the Gunners, instead of making the transition to Portugal’s top flight.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Joorabchian said: “He is extremely happy at Arsenal. He has a generally excellent relationship with both the coach and the technical director. He has great relationships all over the club, directly down to the proprietor.”
“Arsenal had a decision that lapsed. We also had a pandemic. And the decision terminated amid the pandemic. We’re all very much aware of the situation and we’re all difficult, gradually, to return to this ‘new normal.’ These contract issues, these renewals, regardless of whether they stay or whether they go, will all work out themselves when we return to some work of ‘new normal. David will plunk down with Arsenal before the season starts, have his talks and they’re going to both examine whether he’s going to stay or not. That will happen before the start of the season. Chances are extremely high,” Joorabchian added
Luiz has made 32 starts this season in all rivalries, adding two goals.