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Bernardo Silva leaving Manchester City?

Finally, regarding his attacker, Pep Guardiola left him the choice: «This is a question for the sporting director of Barça. There has been a lot of discussion, but no one has called. I hope he stays because he is fundamental to us, he is a pearl, we have talked a lot about it, but if you want a player, you have to call him». Barça is warned.

No calls have been received from Barça or other clubs. He's a wonderful player, hope he stays with us at Manchester City.

The Saudi Public Investment Fund have added Manchester City duo Ederson and Bernardo Silva to a list of summer transfer targets.

Bayern Monaco has also shown interest in Bernardo Silva's situation. The financial situation of the club is better than that of Barcelona.

Paris Saint-Germain is one of the main contenders for Bernardo Silva's transfer. However, unlike FC Barcelona, PSG will not have the advantage of being able to pay the release clause in 3 installments of 19 million euros per season.

Paris Saint-Germain still hold a strong interest in signing Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva and could attempt to lure him away from the Premier League champions this summer. Silva signed a contract extension through to June 2026 in August last year, that includes a £50m release clause that will become active next year, but he remains a key target for PSG, who are preparing for life after Kylian Mbappe. PSG have significant funds to spend this summer - Mbappe's departure will free up €225m, including forgone loyalty bonuses the club can reallocate, plus saved wages, taxes and social security - and intend to revamp their squad as they continue their quest to win a first ever Champions League. Whether or not Silva could be persuaded to leave City remains to be seen, while it would likely take an offer of at least €75m (£63.8m) for the eight-time Premier League winners to entertain a potential sale - Pep Guardiola is very happy with Silva and would like him to stay at the club.

Bernardo Silva from Manchester City is another player that Paris Saint-Germain is interested in.

Paris Saint-Germain is also interested in Bernardo Silva and is ready to make a new attempt to acquire him after a failed attempt last summer with an offer of nearly 100 million euros. With the almost certain departure of Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain is looking for new leaders and Silva's experience could be important to continue winning in the future.

Bernardo Silva has been followed for a while by both FCB and PSG. The Portuguese player, who prefers Barça, will not wait forever. He has even set an ultimatum for the Catalans, who have until the end of Euro 2024 to close the deal. However, they need to sell before buying. This is an opportunity for the French champions, who have the means and good relations with his agent Jorge Mendes. Sport stated yesterday that the Parisians are awaiting a response from the Manchester City player, who has a release clause set at 58 M€ for clubs outside England.

If FC Barcelona doesn't make a move, Bernardo Silva is open to discussing with other clubs capable of handling his transfer. Paris Saint-Germain is one of the clubs interested in him.

This summer is the great offensive for Bernardo Silva. The player, with family in Catalonia, has been trying to come to Barça for three years. This course, finally, City, which left him an affordable clause of 58 million euros, could open the door. If the economic scenario allows it, Mendes will allow him to fulfill his dream although PSG of Luis Enrique also longs for the signing of the fine left-handed Portuguese.

Paris Saint-Germain is keeping an eye on Bernardo Silva. However, for Silva to transfer to a new club, there are conditions that need to be met: the return of the 1:1 rule, a big sale, and a competitive offer that, even if it's lower, isn't far behind those of Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

The report continues that City would also listen offers for Bernardo, who is attracting the interest of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Arsenal. It is understood he prefers a move to Spain.