Bernardo Silva is seeking a new club

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It is not a short story of Bernardo Silva trying to pack his belongings and leave Etihad once and for all. The first whispers came during the UK’s inaugural Covid-19 lockdown in 2020 cracking his chances of a clear future in the Etihad. However, Bernardo Silva has graced the Premier League with his sublime touch of magic in the midfield position. He has won everything there is to win in the League with his club, being an undisputed legend of Man City.

He arrived from Monaco in 2017 and was secured for not enough £43M, he has been nothing sort of a maestro in the heart of City defense. Scoring in deciding games, and providing in clutch games has been a routine for him. And he has been the star of Pep’s dream team that most Premier League teams are afraid to play against. However, the winds of change blew strongly as reports emerged of Silva’s desire to find a new home.

Indeed, the Portuguese superstar made his wish completely clear to the club and Pep Guardiola, voicing his wish to leave last summer. His market value is approximately £75-80M reflecting the capability of the midfield genius. Paris Saint-German and Barcelona have shown the utmost interest in Bernardo hoping to add him to their dressing room.

How good is Bernardo Silva:

Bernardo Silva is undoubtedly one of the most underrated gems of world football. He joined Manchester City in 2017. Silva is a versatile attacking midfielder who is comfortable playing on both wings or as a central midfielder. He possesses great dribbling skills and is capable of running at defenders with the ball under his feet. An unbelievable passer who is capable enough to change directions in a blink. He also had an average pass success rate of 88.5% and made an average of 1.5 key passes per game.

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Silva has been an integral part of Manchester City’s hot success that is the topic of the town. He has won three Premier League titles, one FA Cup, and four League Cups with the club. He also won the City Player of the Year award in the 2018-19 season.

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