I would like Bernardo Silva to continue but I don’t know what will happen, says Pep Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has admitted that while he wants to see Bernardo Silva stay at the club, he doesn’t know what might happen before the summer transfer window ends. The 27-year-old has been strongly linked to moving to Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

Since his move from AS Monaco in the summer of 2017, Bernardo Silva has thrived Manchester City with the Portuguese national team who made 250 appearances. Not only that, the 27-year-old contributed 98 goals in the same period, including 13 last season. Silva garnered a lot of attention this summer, although with three years left on his current contract, the Cityzens have the upper hand when it comes to negotiations.


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But with Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain both overly eager to sign him, many fans are wondering if the 27-year-old will leave or stay at the club. In light of this Pep Guardiola he admitted that while “he would like Bernard to continue here”, he does not “know what will happen”. Not only that, the Manchester City boss added that he won’t stop Silva from leaving because that’s how it works in football.

“I felt comfortable working with Oleks [Zinchenko]Gabriel [Jesus] and Raheem [Sterling] for three incredible years, [they were] incredible characters who helped us reach But, in the end, sometimes the club, sometimes the player, sometimes the agent, many reasons, sometimes we have to share our path, I have said many times that the player’s desire is the most important thing; I want people to be happy here trying to do it together, ”said Guardiola, Sky Sports reported.

“Of course, I would like Bernardo to continue here, for me he is a special player in the locker room, but I don’t know what will happen. Honestly, I don’t know. What is going to happen will happen and if it stays it’s perfect, and if it has to go it’s because football is like that, clubs have a deal, the player has desires and I’m not the person to stop people’s desire. “

“When you are a footballer it’s short, you don’t notice it, it’s over immediately. I don’t want to stop the desire of a player but, at the same time, I’m only a small part of society, you have to talk to the club, I’ve never been involved in this and what the club decides is fine for me, “he added.

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