- David Silva will depart Man City at the end of this season
- The 34-year-old spent ten years at the Etihad Stadium
- The Spaniard is wanted by Valencia and Inter Miami
- Lazio have shown interest in the player and are offering him a home and private jet to join them
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Italian league giants Lazio have reportedly jumped in the race to sign Manchester City legend David Silva this summer.
The Spanish midfielder's deal with the Premier League outfit expires at the end of this month having spent a decade with them.
During his ten year reign at the Etihad Stadium, the 34-year-old won 13 major titles including four Premier Leagues.
He was part of the City squad that won the English topflight back-to-back under Pep Guardiola before relinquishing the silverware to Liverpool in their third attempt.
However, he is ready to walk away from City this summer with Valencia and Inter Miami already showing interest in signing him.
But Lazio are stepping up the game after offering the midfielder a luxury home in Rome and a private jet if he decides to consider joining them.
Sport Bible quoting Italian news outlet Tuttosport, Lazio have reportedly offered Silva a two-year deal with the option to extend for a third year.
He will earn a sum of £52,000 a week after tax along with other incentives to bolster his package with Lazio.
The Serie A club are hoping they can bank on the experience of the midfielder while competing in their first Champions League campaign in 12 years.
Sources close to the Spaniard claim the player will not entertain any offer less' than an £86,000-per-week deal to make the Lazio move happen.
Silva made over 300 appearances for Man City and was decorated with numerous titles during his ten-year reign.
Legit.ng earlier reported that David Silva will be playing his final game for Manchester City in the Premier League when the Citizens take on Norwich on Sunday, July 26.
Nicknamed ‘Merlin’, the club’s icon who arrived in 2010 has been described as the club’s greatest-ever player by team-mate Pablo Zabaleta as the curtain starts to come down on his glittering Etihad career.
The 34-year-old could also still win the UEFA Champions League with the club in August, but in any case he will smile home with his massive 11 major trophies including four titles.
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