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 are selling Fifa 15 Ultimate Team Coins, if you want to buy FIFA 15 coins, you can contact us on our site )FIFACOINSFUT WALLPAPER 300x198 Buy Cheapest FIFA 15 Coins at to get Mesut Ozil

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.


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.