Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva is the latest player to have received a lucrative opportunity to move to the Saudi Arabian Pro League.
The 28-year-old is believed to prefer a move to either Paris Saint-Germain or Spanish giants Barcelona but according to reputable journalist David Ornstein, the treble winner is seriously considering the multi-million dollar offer from the unnamed Saudi side with the likelihood at this stage that he will turn it down.
Bernardo Silva offered lucrative move to Saudi Arabia
Bernardo’s Portuguese international teammate Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al Nassr in January and Al Hilal have agreed a $60m fee with Wolves for compatriot central midfielder Ruben Neves.
The Portuguese joined City from French club Monaco in 2017 and played 55 times in City’s historic season last term, scoring seven goals and providing eight assists.
Catalan giants Barca have openly coveted the winger turned central midfielder for the previous two summers but French champions PSG are currently seen as favorites to sign Bernardo who will command a large fee having two years still left on his current deal at City.