English Premiership

Luiz made 'good choice'

2014-12-10 15:05
David Luiz (AFP)

Cape Town - Brazilian defender David Luiz insists he is a "happy boy" following his high-profile move from Chelsea to PSG.

The Mirror report that David Luiz is loving life in Paris and has no regrets about leaving Chelsea.

PSG spent £40 million on bringing David Luiz to Paris from London but it appears to be money well spent with the French giants on the verge on topping their Champions League group despite having Barcelona for company.

Luiz' new side are also the only unbeaten side in Europe's top five leagues.

“I made a good choice coming here,” said Luiz.

“I am happy to play in this team. Of course I smile a lot. I am a happy boy.”

Barcelona host Paris Saint Germain at the Nou Camp on Wednesday. The match kicks off at 21:45. 


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