Lazio set David Silva deadline

by | Aug 16, 2020 11:23

Lazio reportedly want an answer today from David Silva or they will withdraw the three-year contract offer for the Manchester City star.

He is now a free agent after Manchester City’s Champions League elimination at the hands of Lyon and had been expected to sign for Lazio this week.

There were multiple Italian reports of the Spaniard not answering calls from the club, suggesting he was considering other offers and had changed his mind.

Lazio reportedly want an answer today from David Silva or they will withdraw the three-year contract offer for the Manchester City star.

He is now a free agent after Manchester City’s Champions League elimination at the hands of Lyon and had been expected to sign for Lazio this week.

There were multiple Italian reports of the Spaniard not answering calls from the club, suggesting he was considering other offers and had changed his mind.

Now La Gazzetta dello Sport insist Lazio have set a deadline, so if they don’t get the paperwork signed today, they are ready to withdraw their proposal.

It would be a three-year contract worth €4m per season, including bonuses, and perks such as a personal driver and use of a private jet to visit family in Spain.

The 34-year-old has also been linked with Napoli, Juventus and Valencia, but it’s most likely he is tempted by a big money move to Qatar.

Meanwhile, former Valencia coach Quique Sanchez Flores maintains Lazio would be the ideal destination for David Silva.

“He can give his best in the trequartista role, linking midfield and attack,” the coach told Tuttomercatoweb.

“I think he’d do well alongside Luis Alberto, with both supporting Ciro Immobile, as with David behind him, I think Immobile could score even more than he did this season.”

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