Manchester City’s David Silva is considering offers from Inter Miami and Vissel Kobe when his contract expires in the summer of 2020.
David Silva is about to enter the final six months of his contract at Manchester City.
The 33-year-old has been a key player for City since his arrival in 2010.
He has gone on to make 410 appearances for City, scoring 74 goals and providing 134 assists.
There are multiple suitors, but according to the Daily Mail, he is favoring a move to one of two destinations, Japan or America.
Japan and in particular Kobe have become a popular destination for the ageing Spanish player.
Kobe has previously employed the likes Andres Iniesta and David Villa, while they currently have Lukas Podolski, Thomas Vermaelen and Sergi Samper on their books.
The Japanese league has a growing cast of top internationals and could prove a lucrative move for Silva.
Vissel Kobe are interested in David Silva and prepared to make a lucrative offer.
The hope at City is he will at least complete a decade at the club by playing for them next season – although Guardiola is on the look-out for new midfielders this summer.
— Man City | Superbia (@SuperbiaProeIia) May 3, 2019
The other favored option is amove to the MLS with the new prestigious David Beckham owned franchise Inter Miami.
There was talk in the summer of a deal already in place.
Again this would be a substantial payday for the Spaniard, and the opportunity to play in the club’s inaugural season.
Reports out of Spain are suggesting that Silva has already opened discussions with Kobe.
David Beckham if you are going to make a phone call you better hurry up before its too late.
33-year-old David Silva set to sign for Inter Miami. https://t.co/IOFQc8w10u
— MLS Buzz (@MLS_Buzz) September 19, 2019