Bernardo Silva makes decision about his future at Mancity as he wants to sign for Barcelona
Since Jules Koundé joined the team, Bernardo Silva has been a top priority for FC Barcelona. He recently talked with Manchester City about his future.
Bernardo Silva talks about the plans he has for the future
Bernardo Silva told ESPN that he would be very close to joining FC Barcelona in the next few days. The Portuguese international player talked about his plans for the future and the choices he has before the transfer window closes. The former Monaco player said, “I’ve always said I’m happy at City, but I don’t know what’s going to happen.” We’ll find out. Every time I’ve talked to someone from the club, it’s been easy. I’ve been honest with them about what I want, so they know what it is. The Spanish press says that the number 10 player on the Portuguese national team told Manchester City’s managers that he wanted to sign with Barcelona.
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Many people say he will soon leave Manchester City, so in the next part of the interview, Bernardo Silva talks about his relationship with the club. The midfielder, who is 27 years old, wanted to reassure Citizen fans that he could leave the team in the offseason. Former Manchester City player Bernardo Silva said, “I will always respect my relationship with Manchester City, the fans, the staff, and my teammates. Whatever happens, happens, and it will be done in a very respectful way.” At the same time, Xavi Hernandez would have asked Barcelona’s coaches to get Bernardo Silva ready for the second day of La Liga’s play (August 21).
Barça wants to finish the transfer of Bernardo Silva as soon as possible
FC Barcelona should move quickly to make the necessary moves to sign the attacking midfielder. Once the paperwork to make the fourth economic lever official is done, the Blaugranas should be able to get the money they need to sign the Portuguese ace. When asked how his coach, Pep Guardiola, handles the transfer window, Bernardo Silva said that he is thinking about leaving the team. “Manchester City is a well-known club, and the team doesn’t want any players who are unhappy. They tell us all the time that we can leave if we’re unhappy in any way.
Gerard Romero says that the former Monaco player should be able to be sold for about 60 million euros. Catalan is also looking for a full-back on the market, so it’s possible that they’ll buy one after signing a star player.
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