PSG willing to trigger release clause for Man City playmaker Bernardo Silva this summer

PSG, Barcelona and Al-Hilal have also shown interest in Bernardo Silva last summer.

Manchester City playmaker Bernardo Silva is on the radar of Paris Saint-Germain for a potential summer move. The Ligue 1 giants have expressed a firm interest and are willing to trigger the €60m release clause in his contract this summer.

The Portugal international is one of the finest players under Pep Guardiola and played a big role in earning the treble success last season. He joined Man City from Monaco in the summer of 2017, scoring 63 goals and registering 62 assists in 335 games across all tournaments.

The 25-year-old scored a goal in Man City’s previous game against Copenhagen in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Tuesday. He has scored a total of eight goals in 29 games.

Bernardo Silva has won 15 trophies during his six-and-a-half-year stint at Man City. He also admitted in the winter of last year that he is keen to begin a “new project” away from the City.

PSG, Barcelona and Al-Hilal have also shown interest in Bernardo last summer. As per the reports of Fichajes, PSG boss Luis Enrique has given the green light for the French club to step up their pursuit of Bernardo. PSG are prepared to activate the player’s €60m (£51m) release clause.

Bernardo extended a contract at Etihad last year in the summer and his contract will end in the summer of 2026. PSG can face a big boost in funding if they release Mbappe this summer.

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