Brazil international David Luiz is being hunted by Bayern Munich, but if he does move, how will he fit in at the German side?
The current German champions already have a strong defence line with the likes of David Alaba, Philipp Lahm, Daniel van Buyten and Dante. The Chelsea defender will fit in nicely connecting with Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben, Toni Kroos, etc.
The incoming coach Pep Guardiola would love to have him at the club but Jose Mourinho sees otherwise as he is looking to keep the 26-year-old so he can take over as future captain succeeding John Terry. Chelsea are looking to bolster their squad in the current transfer market, but we will have to wait and see who they will approach.
The Brazilian defender had made an impression in the football world while playing for Benfica making 72 appearances and scoring four goals. In 31 January 2011, the Brazilian phenomenon completed a move to the Stamford Bridge for an undisclosed fee, which Benfica claimed to be the figure around €25 million, on a lengthy contract over five years.
In my opinion David Luiz has changed for the better especially in his national side creating scoring opportunities just recently in the Confederations Cup against Spain.
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