TOP 7 PLAYERS WHO REJECTED BARCELONA

7 – David Luiz

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Brazilian defender David Luiz returned to Chelsea during the summer transfer window after a two-year spell at Paris Saint-Germain. The 29-year-old has secured a place in the starting XI, contributing to Chelsea’s five consecutive league games without conceding a goal. Luiz certainly enjoys playing for the Blues, which is why he probably turned down a move to Barcelona back in 2013. The Catalan giants were looking for a solid centre-back at the time, and they made an offer to Chelsea to acquire his services. David Luiz rejected Barcelona, thus deciding to stay at Stamford Bridge.

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