Thiago Silva’s hint amid Milan, Everton links: “I still have goals to achieve in Europe”

By Isak Möller -

As Simon Kjaer’s future remains uncertain, with the loan expiring at the end of the season, AC Milan are scanning the market for a new centre-back. After many years of changes, Alessio Romagnoli needs a long-term partner. 

Thiago Silva, who played for the Rossoneri in 2009-2012, is expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain as his contract will expire at the end of this month. However, the 35-year-old has no intention of returning to Brazil just yet.

Speaking to Caras Brasil on their Instagram page, as cited by Calciomercato.com, the defender was asked about his future. Fluminense would welcome him back with open arms but it doesn’t look like a return will take place this summer.

“I’m enormously grateful to Fluminense for all that they have given me, but I still have goals to achieve in Europe,” he stated.

According to the Italian website, the likes of Milan, Napoli, Everton and Wolves are monitoring the situation of Thiago Silva. Taking the imminent youth revolution into account, though, a return to the Rossoneri is hard to imagine.

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