"I Was Not Happy At Arsenal" - Willian Explains Why He Terminated His Contract

Brazilian midfielder Willian has admitted he was unhappy at Arsenal, hence the reason he terminated his contract with the English club.

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Brazilian midfielder Willian has admitted he was unhappy at Arsenal, hence the reason he terminated his contract with the English club.

The pacy midfielder terminated his three-year contract with the Gunners to head back to his homeland on deadline day to wear the Corinthians shirt.

Speaking in an interview with his new club, he said:

“I really thought a lot, together with my family and close people. Unfortunately, my time at Arsenal was not good, I wasn’t happy at the club.

“I don’t need to go into details, but I wasn’t happy and I thought that returning to Brazil was the best option.

“I studied some other opportunities, but I wanted to return to Corinthians, to my home, to be close to my family. It’s the club that projected me to the world, revealed me. The right time to come back was this,” Willian told TV Corinthians.

Willain, who arrived at the Emirates on a free transfer from Chelsea, played 37 matches for Arsenal but only scored once.

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