Silva wants to return to Brazil, his ‘homeland’, Chelsea is also unlikely to stop his request.
He is a veteran 온라인카지노defender from Brazil. He is 181 cm tall and has all the abilities needed as a defender, although his physical merits are not great. Based on his fast speed, football intelligence, and stable defense, he is responsible for the back space, and with his elasticity and formidable jumping power, he does not lag behind at all even when fighting for air supremacy.
His first European challenge ended in failure, but he entered his prime when he moved to AC Milan in 2009. From the first year of his transfer, Silva, who took part in 33 league games and leaped to the starting lineup, showed his presence by consistently leading the team’s defense for three seasons.
Thanks to this performance, he transferred to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the 2012-13 season. It can be said that it was Silva’s peak period. Consistently appearing in more than 20 games each season, Silva has shown tremendous influence both inside and outside the locker room and played a major role in bringing together the distinctive PSG players. During this time, he developed into a world-class centre-back and left a good record, including a FIFA Best 11.
In 2020, at the age of 36, Silva took on a new challenge. After his contract with PSG ended, he became a free agent (FA) and headed to the English stage, which he had never experienced before. No one was expecting Silva’s performance as he was of the age to consider his retirement, but he became the most reliable defender at Chelsea. He led the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) championship in the 2020-21 season and showed a steady and stable appearance after that. In February, it even exercised an option for a one-year extension through 2024.
But now Silva is regretting this choice. British media ‘Mirror’ quoted Brazilian media ‘Globo Esporte’: “Silva wants to end his contract with Chelsea at the end of the season. He regrets extending his contract with Chelsea and wants to return to his former club Fluminense. do,” he reported. The specific reason has not been revealed, but it seems that the internal situation of Chelsea, which has been in an unprecedented mess this season, has had a big impact.
It could be embarrassing for his Chelsea counterpart. However, reflecting Silva’s commitment to the club, we decided to respect his opinion. Reporter Matt Law of the British media ‘Telegraph’ said, “If Silva tells Chelsea that he wants to return to Brazil this summer, the club will not stand in his way.”