Thiago Silva’s PSG contract is set to expire in June 2017, and there is a chance that the Brazilian defender might not extend his stay at the club, as the player’s agent exclusively told calciomercato.com a few weeks ago.
Paulo Tonietto has also released an interview with Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo revealing how many clubs are currently interested in signing one of the best centre-backs in the world.
“We have received offers from four different European clubs and we are going to consider all of them.”
Barcelona are believed to be the most interested side in signing the 32-year-old defender, though AC Milan and Juventus are also keeping tabs on the Brazilian and could meet the player’s agent in January if Thiago Silva does not extend his contract with the club before the beginning of 2017.
Real Madrid would be ready to pounce on the player if they win the appeal against the two-window ban they’ve been handed, whilst Chelsea are also in race for the highly-rated Brazilian centre-back as Antonio Conte is desperate to bring some fresh air to the defense at Stamford Bridge