Bernardo Silva’s spell at Manchester City is almost complete ahead of the new campaign, according to a new report from Spain, which underlined the midfielder’s desire for a new challenge.
Assessing the latest reports of his time at the Etihad Stadium over the past week, it seems the majority of speculation surrounding Bernardo Silva’s future leans towards the 27-year-old’s five-year spell at Manchester City. end.
It was recently revealed by popular Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo that the Portuguese and manager Pep Guardiola have a “Secret Pact” this will allow his departure to be approved should the club receive a significant fee for the playmaker’s services this summer.
Moreover, it has been claimed that Pep Guardiola has made Bernardo Silva available on the transfer market ahead of next season, with several top European clubs having the license to remove one of the most gifted midfielders in world football away from Manchester.
Once again a brand new revelation has emerged which makes a strong claim about the former AS Monaco star eyeing a Manchester City exit in the current transfer window.
According to a report by Mundo Deportivo, as translated and relayed by Sport Witness, Bernardo Silva considers his move to Manchester City to be ‘more’as he aims for the start of a ‘new adventure’ somewhere else.
Bernardo Silva says a decision on his #ManCity the future will be made soon, amid talk of Barcelona’s interest.
— City Xtra (@City_Xtra) June 10, 2022
With Silva once again heavily linked with a move to Barcelona, it is understood his agent Jorge Mendes told the Catalan heavyweights in a recent meeting of his client’s desire to move to Camp Nou this summer.
Additionally, Mendes has also ‘sought’ to find out just how likely Silva’s move to Xavi’s side was to go through with Manchester City likely to demand a huge fee for a much-needed part of their midfield.
The report highlights that ‘first contact’ reportedly took place between the two clubs, but no formal negotiations or offers have yet been made.
Despite speculation that Bernardo Silva would be tipped for a move to Barcelona, it was also recently reported that the Premier League champions are planning to pull the Blaugrana out of a move by demanding a fee of over £80m – at a time when the Spanish giants are widely known to be in the midst of yet another financial crisis.
While only time will tell if Bernardo Silva is keen on a move to Barcelona or anywhere else in general, Manchester City certainly won’t let one of their greatest assets leave the club without ensuring that matters are run their own way. terms.