Florent Malouda admits he could leave Chelsea

Chelsea stars are beginning to look into the future because success in life is all about careful planning. If you don’t plan your life well, you may end up as a failure. That is, you may not end up well. It doesn’t matter the area of life you are. It doesn’t matter the nature of your career. You have to make plans for the future.

Florent Malouda has explained that he has close ties with Brazil, two days prior to France’s meeting with the South American giants, indicating that he would consider concluding his club career there.

The Chelsea left-winger was born in French Guiana, an overseas region of France, and he evidently feels his nationality is a little blurry.

“I feel Brazilian,” he told Le Parisien. “My wife is from Brazil, my children are half Brazilian and my in-laws are Brazilian.

“And then, Guiana and Brazil are very similar. There is a mix of cultures in Guiana with a strong Brazilian community.

“When I was little I dreamed of playing for Brazil and for a Brazilian club. Having grown up in Guiana, France was far away and I thought I had more chance of success over there!”

A return to South America would certainly not be a move the former Olympique Lyonnais ace would be averse to. “I would finish my career there,” he smiled. “It’s a challenge I’d like. Playing in England and Brazil, two countries of football, it would be nice.”

Malouda has won over 60 caps for les Bleus, scoring on five occasions, and though he may profess a love for Brazil, he would doubtless like to strike against the Seleccao on Wednesday night. In this case, love does not count. Friends in clubsides can be foes for at least 90 minutes when it comes to international football.

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