Man City Superstar Tempted by Lucrative Offer from Saudi Arabia in Ambitious Transfer Approach
Man City player Bernardo Silva reportedly receives a ‘lucrative offer’ from Saudi Arabia in the most audacious’ attempt yet Man City midfielder Bernardo Silva has been offered a ‘lucrative deal’ to join the Saudi Arabian revolution.
After another outstanding season for the Citizens, Silva has piqued the interest of PSG and Barcelona.
The latter will most likely be unable to pay the Portuguese international, leaving PSG as the frontrunners, with the player designated as a ‘priority’ signing this summer.
Luis Campos, the director of PSG, signed Silva while he was at AS Monaco and is anxious to bring him to the French capital.
Silva discussed his future over the weekend, dismissing speculations of a return to Benfica and stating that he just does not know where he will finish up.
According to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, he has now been offered the opportunity to make some serious money in the Middle East.
According to Ornstein, it is unclear whether Silva has received a formal offer, although negotiations have taken place with his agent, Jorge Mendes.
The 28-year-old is ‘expected’ to reject the offer, but ‘all options’ are being ‘examined’ in the face of interest from Barcelona and PSG.
The Saudi Pro League will be a major focus of the summer transfer window in 2023, with some massive moves already completed.
Many more are likely to follow Karim Benzema’s arrival, though it should be emphasized that the ‘lucrative bid’ made for Silva is regarded as one of the SPL’s’most audacious’ signings to date.
Silva’s ‘uncertain’ future makes a move to Saudi Arabia a possibility, but he’d ‘prefer’ to stay in Europe.
According to the source, the 28-year-old wanted to join Barcelona last summer but the La Liga giants could not afford him.
Staying at City was a wise decision, as Pep Guardiola’s team won the Champions League, FA Cup, and Premier League to complete the treble.
If Bernardo accepts the idea, he may join his Portugal teammates Cristiano Ronaldo and Ruben Neves in Saudi Arabia.
Ronaldo joined Al Nassr in January, thereby launching the summer transfer market.
Wolves are said to have accepted a £47 million deal from Al Hilal for Neves, who has also been linked with Barcelona.