Once it seems that his signing for Barça is going to be frustrated, the Paris Saint-Germain route for the attacking midfielder bursts into action again. From England they talk about a €70 million proposal to convince Manchester City.
Xavi Hernández (coach) and Joan Laporta (president) are doing the unspeakable in order to get that long-awaited icing on their cake at FC Barcelona. However, it seems that they are going to prick the bone when it comes to the incorporation of Bernardo Silva (28 years old). At least, facing this 2022-2023 season that he has just given his starting gun.
Without a doubt, the Manchester City playmaker would fit wonderfully into the football bet that the Egarense coach pursues so much at the Camp Nou . Much to his regret, the complex financial situation of the culés forced to postpone this operation for later. Of course, will it be too late for the five-time Champions League winner?
Paris Saint Germain prepares €70 million for Bernardo as they enter race with Barcelona for the Manchester City star.
The reason is as follows: Paris Saint-Germain does not rule out burning their ships for the attacking midfielder of the current Premier League champion. According to The Times, Luis Campos, sports director of the French team, is ready to make a move for the international with Portugal. Hence, he contemplates a proposal that stands at €70 million.
However, we will have to wait to see if it is enough to convince the Sky Blues. Without going any further, there has been talk of an appraisal that could skyrocket to a whopping € 100 million for good old Bernardo. One question is certain: PSG will be a rival of many carats in the market for Barça for the crack of City.
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