David Silva (34) announced last summer that this 2019-2020 season would be the last for him in England. Arriving at the end of the contract with the Citizens, the Spanish international environment (125 selections, 37 goals) inevitably stirs the lusts while his left foot still has a few caviars to distribute. The Vissel Kobe of Andres Iniesta is pushing for him while we heard serious rumors sending it to Inter Miami CF.
But today, ESPN reports that Silva is also negotiating with FC Valencia, a club he left in 2010 to join Manchester City, where he has become a legend. But the American media specifies that the deal is complicated by the coronavirus pandemic. The Spanish squad would propose a three-year contract to David Silva, who will either have to extend his contract with the Citizens in the short term to end the Premier League season, if it resumes, or leave on June 30.