Bernardo Silva has confirmed he is ‘staying in Manchester’ following speculation that the midfielder could leave Manchester City this summer.
Silva has been linked with leaving the Premier League champions amid interest from clubs in Europe, with reports having suggested that the 28-year-old was keen on an exit in search of a new challenge.
Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain have both been credited with an interest in the Portugal international, but Silva has confirmed there will be no late move for him as the transfer deadline approaches on Thursday.
Silva has confirmed that there have been no offers for his services from reported suitors and insists he is ‘happy’ with the decision to remain at the Etihad.
“I’m going to stay at Manchester City. I haven’t received any offers,” he told RAC1 following Man City’s 6-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
“I’m staying in Manchester, here I’m happy and the decision has been made”
Silva has made 256 appearances for Manchester City since signing from Monaco in £43.5m deal in 2017. He has scored 50 goals and provided a further 51 assists for the club and has won four Premier League titles among his major honours.
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