The Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva will leave the club once his new contract terminates on 30 June, according to a call with brandishing director Leonardo. The captain made the change to Paris in the summer of 2012 and has since made 310 appearances for the club.
During his time with Les Parisiens, he helped his side to seven Ligue 1 trophies while also winning the Coupe de France four times, and five times the Coupe de la Ligue.
Notwithstanding, L’Equipe now recommends that the 35-year-old will leave the club once his new contract terminates, bringing his eight-year stay in Paris to an end. The club’s donning director, Leonardo, as of late called the central defender to educate him that the club won’t broaden its current contract, which is expected to terminate on June 30.
Although he is currently in the final stages of his career, Silva has ambitions to play at the following World Cup and is ‘expecting’ another two-year deal coming in. Both he and his family appreciate life in Paris, however, the club wanted to break their captain ‘s ties.
Thiago Silva’s misfortune will be felt next season, considered one of PSG ‘s history ‘s best-if, not best-defenders.
Be that as it may, with the Brazilian currently leaving and Teammate Edinson Cavani’s future still in the air, L’Equipe reports that the Ligue 1 outfit is attempting to make way for ‘another wave.’
Silva could also end up being an adroit acquisition for any club, taking into account on and off the field its gigantic experience and leadership qualities. The Brazilian was connected to a move back to Milan, although the Premier League indicated intrigue, too.
Nonetheless, L’Equipe also says an arrival to Fluminense is a choice, with the club’s new arrival Fred as of late contacted Thiago Silva to encourage him to make the move too.
While the defender’s stay in Paris will finally reach a conclusion, what remains unclear at this time is on the off chance that he will profit to PSG training for 22 June with the remainder of his teammates given that his deal would terminate only eight days later.