Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva is keen to embark on a new adventure at the end of the season amid interest from PSG and Barcelona.
According to Fichajes, Paris Saint-Germain are keen on signing Bernardo Silva at the end of the season. But the Portuguese international is reportedly keen on moving to Barcelona if and when he leaves Manchester City.
Apparently, Manchester United will demand a fee of around €80 million for the 28-year-old midfielder. And it remains to be seen whether Paris Saint-Germain are prepared to spend that kind of money on him.
Silva has been a key player for Manchester City since joining the club from AS Monaco, and he has helped them win several trophies during his time in the Premier League. The player was heavily linked with the move away from the Premier League club last summer as well. But Manchester City managed to keep him at the club.
Silva could prove to be an exceptional signing for PSG or Barcelona. However, the Blaugrana are going through a financial crisis, and they are unlikely to be able to afford Silva without a big money sale. Nonetheless, Barcelona have been in contact with his representatives.
The Portuguese International can operate as a central midfielder, a central attacking midfielder as well as a winger. His versatility will be a major bonus for any club he ends up joining. He has two goals and five assists across all competitions this season.
Furthermore, the 28-year-old is at the peak of his career and could make an immediate impact in the Ligue 1 or La Liga. That said, Silva has already played in France with AS Monaco and he will be keen to try out a new challenge in Spain now. It remains to be seen whether Barcelona can cough up the funds required to sign the Manchester City player. Meanwhile, the player is keen on leaving the Etihad.
Meanwhile, Manchester City are under investigation by the Premier League for their financial misdoings. And they could face strict punishments because of that. One of those punishments could be their expulsion from the Premier League and that would certainly force the top players out of the club. It remains to be seen how the situation develops over the next few months now.
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