Check out “Silva is considering a return to Brazil.” Thiago Silva, a defender for Chelsea, hasn’t ruled out playing again for Fluminense in Brazil the following summer.

As his playing days draw to a conclusion, Silva, who began his career there, might return. When the 39-year-old’s Blues contract expires at the end of the current campaign, a free transfer back home seems very likely.

“This is a long-standing friendship, right?” he asked TNT Sports. Now though, I’d prefer to remain silent.

“I have kids and a family of my own. Thus, we also need to consider that. It’s about determining how to wrap up this lovely career.”

Silva is considering a return to Brazil
Silva is considering a return to Brazil

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Do we call it quits for Kalvin

It is probable that Manchester City will part ways with Kalvin Phillips throughout the month of January. This possibility is being considered.

The Northern Echo claims that should the midfield player decide to move on, Newcastle is getting ready to make a move for him.

Eddie Howe might decide to bring in the England international in order to give his team an additional boost in their defensive midfield.

Phillips hasn’t played much for Man City lately, therefore he needs to leave if he wants to play for the first squad.

Do we call it quits for Kalvin | Football News | Sky Sports
Do we call it quits for Kalvin | Football News | Sky Sports

Ramsdale x Raya

Following his promotion to the position of starting goalkeeper for Arsenal, David Raya talks about his relationship with Aaron Ramsdale.

The Spaniard joined the Gunners in the summer and has started ahead of Ramsdale despite Mikel Arteta’s promise to rotate ‘keepers. Raya told The Athletic: “I’m going to battle for it [No.1].

“Arteta gave me confidence to be there, saying he wanted two elite players in each position and that I had to find time and fight for minutes.

I won’t think farther. I’ll contribute on and off the pitch during rotations, as in any position.” “The relationship [with Ramsdale]? Very good.

The most essential thing is that we are mates. Our relationship is great. Problem-free. “We push each other every day in training: when he’s down, I push him, and when I’m down.

“We train three to four goalkeepers for hours a week, and you need that kind of relationship to train successfully.”

Ramsdale x Raya | The Sun
Ramsdale x Raya | The Sun