Man City star, David Silva extinguishes rumors about his return to Spain
Manchester City’s coveted midfielder, David Silva has shot down rumors suggesting the 26-year-old could return to Spain this summer. In a recent interview, the Spanish international told reporters that he was happy with his life at the Eastlands and liked playing for Manchester City.
Silva was signed in from Valencia in 2010 for £30 million. In a recent interview, Silva admitted that he was happy with his life in Spain and although he had trouble fitting into Manchester in the beginning he had settled down well now.
Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini often heaps praise upon Silva for his sublime play making skills. Its Silva’s play making skills that earned him a six-year contract with Manchester City and that have brought interest from top notch clubs like Inter Milan, Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.
Silva, who still has two years left on his contract, isn’t eyeing a move out of England. As a matter of fact he is “happy in England”. Silva told reporters that he was “enjoying his life in England” and wanted “to continue enjoying” it.
Silva also stated that Mancini had “complete trust” in him, therefore there was really no reason for him to run out on Manchester City. Silva also revealed that Real Madrid and Barcelona had made no direct contact with him.
“Neither Barca, nor Madrid made any move,” Silva declared. “City were the ones to make a move and that is why I am here. I am where I am wanted (to be).”
Silva also sent out a message to his teammate, Fernando Torres. The misfiring Chelsea striker has been left out of Spain’s squad for a friendly match on Wednesday against Venezuela.
“Torres is a great player and he has given a lot to the Spain national team,” Silva added. “He is not in a good moment, but he will return to his best and he will bring a lot to the team again. I am sure he is not well, but he is very strong and I am sure he will pick himself up.”