Bernardo Silva’s father opens up on failed Barcelona move

The father of Bernardo Silva has requested that Barcelona didn’t make a proposition for the Manchester City midfielder until it was too far to turn back in the trade window.

The Portugal worldwide was enthusiastically associated with a progress to Camp Nou over the mid year, but a move never arose and he remained at the Etihad Arena.

90min understands that Silva is Barça’s top trade center for 2023, and his father, Paulo, actually talked at a Details Perform meeting in Lisbon about the ongoing year’s bombarded dealings.

“There were various conversations, at this point a significant suggestion wasn’t made in time,” he said.

“Right when it finally came, it was by and by not the ideal chance for all get-togethers included. Things need to happen adequately and it was everything except what is going on for Bernardo.

“He is a created player, he is 28 years old. Things should be done sensibly, not deep down.”

Anyway they couldn’t land Silva, Barcelona had a clamoring summer in the trade window. Xavi welcomed eight new senior players into his group for the looming season, no matter what the Blaugrana’s persistent financial disasters.

Silva has started four games in all contentions for City so far this season, scoring two goals and selecting two makes a difference.