L’Equipe: Path clear for Milan to swoop as PSG decide not to offer new deal to defender

By Oliver Fisher -

Paris Saint-Germain will not be offering Thiago Silva a new deal, a report claims, which could open the door for AC Milan to secure a romantic reunion.

The Brazilian is on a contract which is set to expire on June 30, and there has been varying speculation regarding whether he will be offered a new deal to stay in the French capital or not.

Moreover, there have also been reports that Milan are considering a move to re-sign the 35-year-old eight years after he left for PSG. We recently revealed via Vito Angele that Milan are considering the idea of reuniting Thiago Silva with Zlatan Ibrahimovic for next season, nearly a decade after they departed Milano for the French capital.

Saturday’s edition of Tuttosport (as cited by Calciomercato.com) claimed Thiago has never hidden his love for the club and the Rossoneri haven’t closed the door to a possible return, with the defender’s agent having offered him to Milan on a free transfer.

According to the latest from L’Equipe, PSG have made the final decision not to offer the veteran a new deal, meaning he is free to find a new club ahead of next season.

The report mentions the the former Fluminese centre-back is aiming for a last contract in Europe before thinking of a return to Brazil, with Milan specifically mentioned.

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