Brazil football legend, Pele, has said that is wishes were horses, he would play for Arsenal rather than Chelsea.
According to the Daily Express, the three- time FIFA World Cup winner made this known recently while on a visit to London.
"Arsenal is a good team to play for," Pele said.
"I like the teams that play open football. Today it is difficult to decide which teams play that way.
"Barcelona are the closest in style to Santos and are almost the same style as Brazil in 1970.
"Between Chelsea and Arsenal? I would play for Arsenal. Do you think I still have a chance?"
The former Santos star also went on to blast Diego Costa for his role in the sending off of Arsenal defender Gabriel Paulista.
"That is not a good message for children," Pele said of Costa's conduct.
"But I don't think he always used to play like that. Everybody is allowed to make one mistake, but it is not good for football and it is not good for him.
"He didn't get a red card, but he was charged. It was dirty. Unfortunately, so many things like this happen on the pitch and this is not good. That's clear. It is not good for football."