Arsenal fans, no doubt, want to forget Willian's time at the club... and so does he.
The Brazilian winger played for Chelsea for seven years, winning five trophies, including two Premier League titles.
Willian played for Chelsea for seven years, winning two Premier League titles.
In 2020, he signed a three-year contract with the Emirates after leaving Stamford Bridge.
He quickly became a source of annoyance for fans, scoring only one goal in 37 appearances for the club.
Only a year into his three-year contract, Arsenal announced that they had mutually agreed to terminate it.
He returned to Brazil to join his childhood club Corinthians.
However, he returned to the Premier League with Fulham last summer, and the 34-year-old looks to be back to his best.
He was scheduled to play his former club on Sunday, but he is unable to do so due to a back injury.
“Yeah. I wish I hadn't left. Of course, it's easy to say now, but when I stop and consider all the circumstances... 'I wish I hadn't left,' I tell myself. "It's just life," he said to Sky Sports.
"I'm happy now in Fulham, having fun there; this is life."
When asked what went wrong, Willian replied, "I'm not sure. It was in the midst of... It was rapidly changing. When I signed with them, I was ecstatic.
"I worked hard on my training, but it just didn't work, and