WHY NOT: Chelsea planning to re-sign David Luiz for the 3rd time

Mr. Luiz or better known as Dr. Jekyll and Hyde, is once again closing in on a return to Stamford Bridge.

After the Blues conducted a thorough search on FIFA 20 career mode, their board decided to sign the flamboyant Brazilian. Arsenal were only too happy to let go of their defensive liability and even offered to cover Luiz’ wages as insurance for the damage he is about to inflict on Chelsea. 

Luiz has played for Chelsea in two different spells and while he has won numerous trophies on both occasions, what has been even more consistent is the ability to misread attacks from time to time.

Going back to his early days, Luiz was forced to become a defender after he arrived late for a pre-nursery games class. And thus began a lifetime of confusion for a footballer who should never have been a defender in the first place. 

He made his way to Chelsea the first time and won the Champions League scoring a few screamers and letting the opposition score a few more during his stay. 

After moving on to PSG, a move purely born out sentiment and a passion to win, Luiz came back to Chelsea in 2016 under Antonio Conte. The Italian had just come off from managing the likes of Bonucci and Chiellini and signed Luiz in a bid to prove his credentials as a manager. 

In his second spell, the illustrous player added more trophies to his collection and in his final year played as a false 6 (a position invented by Sarri after Jorginho was diagnosed with a medical condition of being unable to spot Blue shirts ahead of him). 

Chelsea are now keen to re-sign him as Lampard wants a midfielder and Chelsea, as always are keen on upsetting their manager by never giving them the player they want.

It is being reported, that the board are set to use it as a perfect opportunity once again to pin the blame of the defeats on the manager and Luiz could be instrumental for the detriment of any boss, ask Emery (ask him twice). 

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