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"THE CITY KNOWS WHAT I WANT"

Bernardo Silva gets 'wet' about his future and Barça's interest

Published:10/08/2022 - 16:48h

Updated:10/08/2022 - 20:35h

Barça is still 'cooking' the signing of Bernardo Silva. Now, the Portuguese has granted an interview to 'ESPN' in which he makes it clear that City already knows his intentions although he does not intend to disrespect the club

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The uncertainty around the figure of Bernardo Silva and his future does not do more than growing. The Portuguese is the main aim of the FC Barcelona for what remains of summer since Xavi Hernández considers that it is the final piece to complete his project. Thus, from the dispatches of the Camp Nou are doing all the possible for finding the way to tackle the signing of the player, since when being one of the figures of the Manchester City will not be a simple operation.

By his part, the mediocampista 'dream' with dressing of blaugrana and already has conversed with Xavi on his paper in the team. However, never it had pronounced publicly until today, when in an interview to 'ESPN' broke the silence on his future. "Always I have said that am happy here, but do not have idea of what goes to happen. We will see, sincerely. My relation with the club is very honest. I have been opened with them and know what want. If I remain me, I am very happy and always will respect to this club and will give the best of me. If no, it is football and already will see which raisin", began saying the luso.

Likewise, it is very known that so much the 'citizens' as Pep Guardiola only want in his team to the players that wish to be in him, by what the mancunianos are opened to negotiate by Bernardo as long as they fulfil his economic pretences, and like this confirmed it the '20'. "The City is a big club and do not want players that are not happy in the club. Always they say us to all that if we are not happy, can go us. Of course, they are in the business of the football and want the just quantity of money for leaving us go, but personally is a relation with the club that is very respectful. Always they have been honest with me and I always have been honest with them", aseveró.

Finally, Silva underlined that, further of the doubts that exist on his destination, does not think irrespetar to the club neither to which form part of him in any moment. "Always I will respect my relation with Manchester City, with the fans, with the employees, with my mates of team, so whatever happens, sure that sucederá of a very respectful way", concluded the midfield player, dejándo the door of his totally open future and with regard to Barcelona.

Frenkie Keeps on being the key

In spite of the words of the Portuguese, from Can Barça understand that his operation only will be really feasible if it arrives to produce the exit of Frenkie of Jong, situation that , to day of today, follows being 'aground'. As it has informed 'Sportive World', sources of the club ensure that, although the big 'dream' of Laporta is to joint to the Dutch and to the lisboeta in his team, from the executive part of the entity insist that it is impossible to fit the wage of Silva in the 'fair play' financial if it does not go out a 'fat fish' of the club. In the meantime, Chelsea follows 'tightening' by the '21'.

The price of traspaso could cause 'brush'

On the other hand, the definite figure of the traspaso could generate another 'escollo' in the negotiations. And it is that during the past Tuesday the peridiosta Gerard Romero commented in 'Jijantes' that in the Barcelona institution do not pretend the figure of 55 million euros by the footballer. Said sum is extremely far of the 80 'kilos' that demand from the Etihad Stadium, by what the negotiations could lengthen until the last days of August. The 'serial' continues.

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