/David Silva signs Man City contract extension until the end of the season amid foreign interest – Scottish Sun

David Silva signs Man City contract extension until the end of the season amid foreign interest – Scottish Sun

Manchester City star David Silva is set to seek his contract at Etihad until the end of the season.

The 34-year-old’s contract expires on June 30, and it was feared that interested players from abroad could leave the country before the end of the campaign.

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David Silva joins Manchester City in 2010 from La Liga Valencia Create: PA: Press Association

And with plans to resume the Premier League next month, the season is likely to run until August.

Manchester City have ten games left to play in the top flight and they are still keen to win the FA Cup and the Champions League.

According to The Times, Silver has no intention of leaving any side before the club’s fate is decided.

They claim the Spanish player is ready to extend his contract until the end of the season, where he will leave the club after ten years.

Silva signed for City of Valencia in 2010 and is a key part of the team that has won four major titles, two FA Cups and five League Cups.

In all, Silva scored 3 goals in the competition, appearing for the club 423 times in all competitions.

Speculation is rife about returning to Spain to join Valencia, while AC Milan are reportedly interested in a midwister coach.

When MLS side Inter Miami wanted to sign a marquee player they were understood to be desperate to secure their services, he was strongly advised to move to America.

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is set to leave City at the end of the season after discussing his possible arrival.

He said: “There is a lot of speculation. All I can say is that he is a great player with great skill who can go very well with his teammates.

“Not only in the Premier League or the Champions League, we have already seen what he can do in Schachal. He could certainly help us find new solutions in the game

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