The Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva of Manchester City has established himself as one of the best in the world at the Etihad. But there is still a nagging suspicion that he would be content to go.
Silva is 28 years old and probably only has one huge move left in him at his best. But if his body holds up, he might be able to prolong that. Silva, though, could be looking for a fresh challenge now that he has achieved everything in England. The last remaining objective is the Champions League, where City has always fallen short.
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Silva was extensively linked to Barcelona last summer, and Xavi Hernandez is a fan. Even if Bernardo is interest. There are still concerns about their capacity to complete a transaction given their difficulties with the La Liga salary cap.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano revealed to Caught Offside in his Daily Briefing that Barcelona is not in a position to commit at this time.
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Barcelona has always been interested, but it is far too early to foresee their summer intentions – we are aware of Barça’s Financial Fair Play predicament, so plans will also depend on the outgoings, and they need to improve the salary position. Even while there is still interest, there is no longer any negotiating.
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Will Bernardo Silva join Barcelona?
Silva previously made it seem as though he might be open to moving during the summer, which is why some are considering his probable locations.
Given those budgetary limitations, the Blaugrana would be taking a risk by signing an expensive center midfielder. It is one of Barcelona’s better-resourced parts of the squad thanks to Sergio Busquets, Frenkie de Jong, Pedri, and Gavi, while others could definitely need significant investment, assuming they can afford it.
Although Manchester City’s Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva has made a name for himself at the Etihad. There is a nagging notion that he would be happy to go.
At his peak fitness, Silva, who is 28 years old, probably only has one big move left in him, but if his body holds up, he may be able to extend that. Then then, Silva could be seeking a new challenge now that he has accomplished everything in England. The Champions League is the last goal, and City has never succeeded there.
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