Manchester City are confirmed to have lost one of their senior players in the 2020 summer transfer market. After Vincent Kompany, now it is David Silva’s turn to be sure to leave Etihad. Interestingly, coach Pep Guardiola claimed not to plan to find a replacement of the Spanish player.
For your information, David Silva has announced plans to leave Manchester City since last season. That is, the Spanish winger did not plan to continue his career in the Premier League, which has lasted for approximately the last 10 years.
David Silva was recruited from Valencia in the 2010 summer transfer market. For approximately 10 years strengthening Manchester City, the Spanish midfielder has a major contribution. Silva successfully led City to win a number of titles on the domestic stage, including four Premier League titles.
At present, Silva’s contract still exists but only lasts until the end of this season. Although in terms of the quality of the former Valencia player is still reliable, but Silva himself who has taken the decision will not extend his contract at Etihad. City will certainly lose Silva, but that does not mean coach Pep Guardiola is forced to find a replacement.
Not because there is no figure that can replace the player, but because of the presence of players such as Bernardo Silva, Phil Foden, Gundogan and De Bruyne who can appear in the position of the legend.
“I don’t think we will do anything in this position, I don’t think we will recruit anyone. Maybe I will change my mind, depending on the next six months, but I have other priorities and I don’t think I’ll buy because it’s enough.”
“Bernardo can play there, Phil too, we have Gundogan, we have Kevin, so I don’t think we will do anything in this position. That’s my thought today, we will see at the end of the season. “Guardiola said by the Evening Standard.
Manchester City itself will face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League continued tonight (12/27).