Manchester City have handed midfielder Bernardo Silva a new contract, according to reports.
The Portuguese star's future has been a hot topic since it was confirmed that he wanted to leave the club last summer.
Silva ultimately stayed at the Etihad to help City win their sixth Premier League title and remains under contract until 2025.
Pep Guardiola admitted in 2021 that Silva was hoping to move elsewhere, but Football Insider now claim that could happen as Man City attempt to sign him to a new deal.
The former Monaco man is reportedly seen as a key part of the club's future under Guardiola, who extended his contract until 2025 earlier this month.
Barcelona coach Xavi has confirmed that his team is negotiating with Endrick and his representatives to make a deal with the Palmeiras striker possible.
The 16-year-old is regarded as one of the best young players in world football, with the forward making seven appearances for Brazil's first team, scoring three goals and providing one assist.
Real Madrid, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain were thought to be the three favorite teams for his signature, but Xavi has now revealed that his team is strongly involved in the signing of the Brazilian star.
"We spoke with his father [Endrick] and also directly with the player, I explained the Barcelona project," Xavi told ESPN.
"We want a quality player, and he is quality, capable of making changes, he has a great finish, he is an excellent player who plays in the Brazilian league. – and also in the future.
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