Bernardo Silva Sparks Rumors of Possible Manchester City Exit

    Bernardo Silva is one step closer to his desired move to Barcelona after it was revealed that Manchester City had named a price for their midfielder.

    Silva, 28, is in his sixth season at City, but after four Premier League titles and 51 goals for the club, he recently revealed his desire to take on a new challenge after several transfer windows and has generated a lot of interest from Barcelona.

    The Portuguese who scored against Newcastle United on Saturday has a contract that ties him to the club until 2025, but City could grant his wish at the end of the season and let him leave – for the right price.


    According to Sport City have told Silva they will accept any incoming bid that reaches their £57.5m (€65m) requirement.

    Barcelona are well aware of the latest developments and are said to be doing their best in the coming months to ensure financial regulations allow them to make the move. However, Silva’s contract requirements could be a sticking point for the Spanish giants.

    City had previously turned down a £62m (€70m) offer from Barcelona in the January window, according to reports.


    – Calciomercato reports that Inter will demand a fee of 40 million euros for the defender. Denzel Dumfries.

    – According to the “Mirror”. Manchester United And Liverpool are among the Premier League teams gearing up for the New England Revolution goalie throw George Petrovich.

    City will pursue the central defender of RB Leipzig Yosko Guardiol if they sell Paris Saint Germain target Aymeric Laportereports the Daily Star.

    according to Football Insider. Arsenal, City, United And Liverpool all showing interest in Brighton & Hove Albion World Cup-winning midfielder Alexis Mac Allister which The Seagulls are expected to be valued at £70 million.

    – According to Calciomercato, Milan targeting £22m (€25m) rated Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

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