Football is one of the most prominent sports on the planet. It has millions of followers around the globe, and genuine love and passion for the game is present. Due to this fact, there are also leagues conducted where various clubs are formed. This system has avid number of stakeholders and is possible around the globe. However, there is a significant drawback in this system.
Players sign contracts with the clubs. This allows them to play for their teams for an entire season or sometimes, multiple seasons. As the season(s) ends, bidding of players takes place leading to shuffling of players. This can not only break continuity and consistency, it also forces players to think and put efforts in coping up with their new teams. A lot is also dependent on the player’s performance as well. One bad season can cause harm to the chances of being bought again by lead teams.
Crucial week ahead for Luiz
Arsenal’s David Luiz, who had a terrible day when they played Manchester City in the restart of football after three months, will have his future decided at the club this week. This information is being given by his agent, Kia Joorabchian.
Having come on as a 20th-minute substitute for the injured Pablo Mari, Luiz was responsible for giving City the lead of two goals before being sent off.
The 33-year old was at fault for Raheem Sterling’s opening goal and then gave away a penalty converted by Kevin De Bruyne early in the second half, with his foul on Riyad Mahrez also producing the red card. It was surely a rough day for Luiz. Things seem to be a little grim for him, as his manager indicates in his statement.
“The situation from Arsenal’s point of view will be resolved this week,” he states. “I think it’s just not Luiz’s situation. There are several issues within the whole structure that will get resolved. June 23 is the deadline for most of the clubs to renew their contracts so that they can finish the season off and beyond.”
Only future can tell what is in store for the 33-year old Arsenal player.