Manchester City star Bernardo Silva has been reported to have revealed a club he want to play for next season. The Portuguese have clarified on his Manchester City future and told his agent what he feels about the coming season.
According to the Daily Mail, Silva wants Manchester City to release him as he wants to play for Barcelona in the coming season. The Portuguese forward has given his agent permission to negotiate with Barca over a possible move this summer transfer window.
However, his desires could be obstructed by Manchester City's price tag for the star. City expect a figure close to £86M, which is huge for Barcelona given their current tough financial status.
Bernado Silva was a huge player last term as he helped the Etihad side to win the Premier League title and his exit will leave a hole that manager Pep Guardiola will need to replace on time if he wants to challenge for trophies next season.
Ours is to wait and see what happens in the coming few days of transfer window as we hope Silva will be successful in his attempts to quit City.
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