Denilson played for Arsenal Football Club. The Brazilian midfielder joined Arsenal from Sao Paulo in 2006 for £3.4m. Denilson left Arsenal for Sao Paulo in 2013 on a free transfer. In total, he made 153 appearances for Arsenal and scored 11 goals. Denilson wore the number 15 shirt for Arsenal. He was born on February 16, 1988. Denilson is currently without a club and last played for Botafogo.
Arsene Wenger once said that he didn't want to 'kill' Denilson by buying a big-name midfielder, but the king of the sideways pass never made it at Arsenal, so where is he now?
Denilson was unhappy on a personal level during his time with Arsenal, but he still gushes with praise when it comes to his time under Arsene Wenger.
It’s the end of another decade and what better way to finish up what has been mostly 10 years of pain for Arsenal fans by looking back at some of the worst players to pull on the famous red and white during that time?
Gabriel Martinelli opened the scoring for Arsenal against Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night and then capped off his evening by spanking the fifth and final goal into the top corner, making him the eighth Brazilian to score for the club, but can you name the other seven?
On Wednesday the transfer circus moved its monkeys from Gonzalo Higuain’s back garden and planted them firmly on Mauro Icardi’s lawn.
After being told he was not wanted by Al Wahda, former Arsenal man, Denilson, has returned home to Brazil to sign for Cruzeiro on loan.
Denilson looks like he could be on his way from Al Wahda as they ship him out to make room for a ‘mystery signing’ in the next few days.
By the end of his five-year stay at Arsenal, Denilson was far from a fan favourite. The midfielder, tidy in possession and tactically astute, was...
by Lee Hurley Former Arsenal midfielder Denilson is set to leave Sao Paulo to head to the United Arab Emirates. The Brazilian, who is still only...