Willian has revealed he wanted to leave Arsenal after only three months, because he “wasn’t happy” in north London.
The Gunners signed the Brazilian as a free agent, after he left Chelsea in the summer of 2020.
Willian put pen to paper on a three-year deal.
However, the midfielder asked to terminate that agreement in August, before rejoining boyhood club Corinthians.
He admitted on Rio Ferdinand’s YouTube channel FIVE: “I was not happy, that’s why I didn’t perform. I don’t want to go into the details, but I wasn’t happy.
“So, when I arrived there I was happy, from the beginning I was motivated, I wanted to do well, new club, new mates, new projects.
“After three months, I told my agent ‘please, I want to go’. I don’t want to speak bad about the club because it is a big club, has a big history in football, big players played there before it’s a big club – but it didn’t work, it was of course the most difficult time of my career.”
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