The 24-year-old Portuguese and Manchester City winger Bernado Silva has emerged as a target to last season champions league winners Real Madrid.
However, the player is seemingly less concerned on the rumours and is open to renewing his contract with Manchester City despite his current deal due to expire in 2022.
The Portuguese sensation has been a huge addition to Pep Guardiola’s recording breaking Manchester City side, and despite a slow start to the Premier League in his first season, the winger has immensely adapted to playing under the manager.
Bernando has made 29 appearances so far this season, scoring and assisting seven times already. The 24-year-old was key to ensuring City continued their daunting run in the Premier League despite losing Kevin De Bryune to Injury.
Having just spent a year and half off his five-year contract, Bernando Silva revealed he was happy at the club and looking forward to further extend his stay, with City set to renegotiate terms with the winger.
“I’m OK right now, I still have three-and-a-half years left.” He said.
“I don’t know what will happen but we will see. I’m happy at City and if they want to renegotiate my contract then of course I’m open to doing that.”
“I’m very happy here at Man City – not only with the staff but I look around at my teammates and it is a young team that can achieve fantastic things.”
“To look at the future and think that if we stay together we can do special things, I am very happy here and want to stay.”
Manchester City have never looked like letting the Real Madrid £70 million target leave anyway, with Pep Guardiola having identified the Portuguese as a direct successor to aging David Silva.