Denilson: I will accept any offer from Spain, Italy or Germany from a club playing in the Champions League in order to leave Arsenal

The midfielder insists he has told Arsene Wenger of his desire to leave the club and claims he will go back to Brazil if he does not receive a suitable offer from Europe.

Arsenal’s disgruntled midfielder Denilson has again expressed his desire to leave the Emirates Stadium after failing to make an impact for the Gunners this season.

The Brazilian, who is believed to have attracted interest from the likes of Sevilla and Wolfsburg, admits he would consider joining any club from Spain, Italy and Germany, providing they are in the Champions League.

He said, according to the Daily Mirror: "I've spoken twice with Arsene Wenger and my decision is clear. I'm not happy at Arsenal and, after five years at the club, it's best for me to go.

"I'm still young. If I don't find another club in Europe, I will go back to Brazil and play there for six months.

"My idea is to accept any offer from Spain, Italy or Germany from a club that is playing in the Champions League. I dream of maintaining a place in the Brazil national team.

"I don't blame Arsene Wenger at all. I believe I've had my best season personally, but want to win titles.

"After the Carling Cup final it all went wrong for Arsenal."

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