Bernardo Silva wants to leave Man City at the end of the season

Football Insider has reported that Manchester City star Bernardo Silva wishes to depart this summer, citing the unfavorable English weather as justification. His desire for a “better style of living” outside of his current place of residence implies that a relocation overseas at the end of the season is now imminent.

The 29-year-old has made 345 appearances, winning five Premier League crowns, one Champions League, and many other trophies. He has previously been linked to moves away from the Etihad but has chosen to stay put.

Bernardo Silva wants to leave Man City at the end of the season

Pundits on Sky Sports News have praised the £300,000-a-week player as “world-class,” and Guardiola has waxed poetic about one of his all-time favorite players to manage.

“I have been lucky to coach some very good players for Barca and Bayern. He is one of the best players I ever trained in my life, ever. He is something special as a football player. “Bernardo is a football player, he can play everywhere because he understands the game perfectly and every action with and without the ball.”

Though some may see rationale in cashing in on Bernardo this summer given that he turns 30 in August, he is not at all displaying signs of being past his prime.

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