Chelsea defender Filipe Luis has told his Brazil international teammate Miranda that he wants to leave Stamford Bridge.
This is according to Spanish newspaper AS – and brought to our attention by the Daily Star – who claim Luis has realised how content he was at Atletico Madrid prior to his big-money move to Chelsea last summer. ( We fifacoinsfut.org are selling Fifa 15 Ultimate Team Coins, if you want to buy FIFA 15 coins, you can contact us on our site fifacoinsfut.org. )
Luis, 29, spent four successful years at the Vicente Calderon – where he played alongside the talismanic Miranda – winning a host of major honours including the Spanish league title, the Europa League, the Copa del Rey and two UEFA Super Cups.
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The South American left-back then agreed to complete a £15.8 million move to Chelsea, but has only made 10 Premier League appearances for the west London outfit.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has often preferred to play right-footed full-back Cesar Azpilicueta ahead of Luis, who is currently sidelined with a calf injury.
Luis, however, appeared to dismiss these latest rumours by posting a picture on Instagram showing him in training with Chelsea alongside three blue love hearts for the caption. But rumours linking him with a move back to Spain will only intensify the more Mourinho opts to keep him on the bench in favour of Azpilicueta.