David Silva is leaving after this season to Manchester City. The Spanish attacking midfielder has a ten-year leader of the English club.
The 33-year-old Silva has played so far 284 matches played for Manchester City, which in the summer of 2010, approximately thirty million euros, took control of the city. Its counter is set at 54 goals.
The contract for Silva to expire at the end of next season, and this is a good time for us to leave. “This is going to be my last season. Ten years is enough for me, and it’s a nice round number,” he said Tuesday night at a press conference.
Silva is one of the most successful players in the clubhistorie of the City. The 125-fold), Spanish, international (35 goals) and was a four-time champion of England, twice won the FA Cup, and has won four times, the League Cup and in the world.
David Silva has won with Manchester City, including four times in the national championship. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
‘The CL win, it would be the perfect farewell to his
At the beginning of this year, Silva has signed a commitment for a mid-2020. The creative midfielder, who is in Spain for the Eibar, Celta de Vigo and Valencia was played, no one knew that it was his last contract extension, it would have been.
“One of the club’s other amenities-all within a period of two years, but I wanted to get it for a single year. After ten seasons, it is, for me, it’s the perfect time for you to go.”
Although, Manchester City in your own country, the prices of aaneenrijgt, the Eu’s performance is usually disappointing. Silva, in his last season at the Etihad Stadium with a clear goal in mind.
“We have to have our ambition to be a Champions League win is still not achieved,” said the player after the world cup last year, stopped when the Spanish international. “It would be the perfect way to say good-bye.”
Silva doesn’t know where he is, next year is going to work, but in the Premier League and will, in any case, in the back. “I can see for myself and not for a club that will play against Manchester City on record. We’re going to get to see it, I know it’s really not at all.”