David Luiz Admits He Would Have Left Chelsea If Antonio Conte Was Still The Manager

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David Luiz has revealed it is likely he would have left Chelsea if Antonio Conte had remained as manager

David Luiz was frozen out by Antonio Conte after a reported disagreement over tactics and missed the majority of last season through injury

Like his team-mate Willian, Luiz believes he would departed this summer if Conte had remained in charge

“If the manager had stayed the same, of course, everybody knows maybe I had to move clubs. Now I am here and so happy,” Luiz told Sky Sports.

I think I always have to feel fresh start because I am getting old! It is amazing to play football, of course last season was not the best for me inside the pitch, but also I learned a lot outside the pitch as a person, as a man. It is always great to be on the pitch.

“I learned a lot, sometimes you have to be patient, sometimes you have to take care of your body, sometimes you have to learn from outside to be good in the future. So for me it was great.

“I got time to take care of my body; many times I was on the pitch in pain, and I never refused to play one game. It was good to rest and be fresh.

The ambition has to be to win every single match, every single competition,” he added.

“This is Chelsea we can’t think in a different way but we also have to have humility to understand we’re at the beginning of a new philosophy, so we start day-by-day every single week.



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