He’s Living In My House – Manchester City Star Reveals Beautiful Friendship With Team-mate
Silva has been emphatically connected with a possible exit from Manchester City this summer in the midst of interest from Spanish side Barcelona.
He is currently at the Etihad however and partakes in a nearby bond with his kindred Portuguese Cancelo; the pair have been a vital piece of the Citizens’ progress in ongoing seasons.
Cancelo concedes he manages everything well with individual Portuguese Silva and uncovered that right now the midfielder is residing in his home. He likewise made sense of that the pair having entirely unexpected foundations makes for a lovely companionship.
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“Bernardo is now living with me at my house”, Cancelo told Eleven Sports Portugal.
“While my girlfriend is not here, the two of us are together.
“Bernardo and I have a long-standing relationship. We are from the same generation at Benfica.
“We have a very beautiful friendship because we are two completely opposite people and that is very funny.
“He is that typical person from Lisbon and I am a boy who practically came from the street.
“They are completely opposite worlds and that is funny.”
Cancelo rose through the youth ranks at Benfica before leaving the Portuguese giants to ply his trade in Spain at Valencia.
He headed to Italy in 2017 and, after playing for Inter, joined Juventus, from whom he signed for Manchester City in 2019.
Silva also spent time in the youth ranks at Benfica, but headed for Ligue 1 with Monaco before joining Manchester City in 2017.