Bernardo Silva is staying put at Manchester City.
The Portuguese midfielder played a crucial role in Man City for the past few seasons.
Pep Guardiola reinstated that Silva will remain at the club and has started all five games in the Premier League so far.
The 28-year-old midfielder has been linked with Barcelona all summer and even PSG made an offer recently.
But Guardiola would want to keep hold of him beyond this summer.
Garth Crooks has praised the midfielder after City’s win over the Eagles.
“Here is another player who is in great form again,” Crooks said.
“Silva was outstanding against Newcastle last week and at the heart of a brilliant comeback against Crystal Palace.
“Manchester City reportedly turned down a recent bid for Silva from Paris St-Germain and we can see why.
“The Portugal international is running things at the moment. Should anything happen to Kevin de Bruyne or Ilkay Gundogan, then Silva is the only one capable of holding the fort in their absence.”
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