PSG defender Thiago Silva has opened up over a possible return to AC Milan in a recent interview.
The Brazil international played at San Siro between 2009 and 2012, winning a Scudetto, but left for PSG in a €42m deal along with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. However, he did not rule out a return.
“Milan are in my heart and will be forever, how could I say ‘no’ to them?” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“It’s never easy to talk about the future, but you can never say never in football. Anything’s possible. Returning, perhaps to end my career, would be beautiful.
“Gattuso? He’s the perfect man for this precise moment in their history. I’m a big [Milan] fan and I follow them with great interest: Italian and European football need a real Milan.
“The road seems long, unfortunately, but certain problems have to be considered when you make lots of changes.
“It’s never easy for the players, the new directors and, above all, the Coach. Rino’s doing a great job, he can really add value.
“He still has that ruthless streak. He’s the same Gattuso: he is gritty, never gives up and uses carrot and stick.”