Dean Windass has exclusively told Football FanCast that David Luiz won’t be at Arsenal next season.
The defender made the switch across London from Chelsea back in the summer of 2019, and has generally been a regular under Mikel Arteta, despite making a number of costly errors.
On the final day of last season, Luiz broke a league record when becoming the first player ever to concede five spot-kicks in a single Premier League campaign.
Luiz was also sent off twice, and after his red card at Wolves back in February, has now received three and given away six penalties in just 52 Premier League outings for the Gunners.
Windass told Football FanCast:
“Unreliable is the word, he’s always got that in his locker. I’d love to play against him. I did a podcast the other week and got asked ‘what did you do when playing against centre-halves?’. You’d always pick two centre-halves out and play on the weak one. I’m not slagging Martin Keown off, but I’d pull on to Martin and not Sol Campbell.
“He’d be the first one that I would be pulling on every time. Saying ‘hit the diagonals to me and I’ll smash this lad all over’.
“No, not at all [surprised by Arsenal not offering him a new contract]. You won’t see him in the Premier League now.”