- David Silva is on the verge of joining Italian Serie A side Lazio after leaving Man City
- Lazio will be playing in the Champions League next season which will be a good one
- Silva joined Manchester City from Valencia in 2010 and won four Premier League titles
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David Silva is reportedly ready to join Italian side Lazio on a three-year deal after leaving the Premier League side where he spent the last ten years of his career.
David Silva was one of the best midfielders in the Premier League during his days in England considering his achievements and style of play.
The 34-year-old spent 10 years at Manchester City and scored more than 200 goals for the Citizens before leaving after the end of the 2019/20 Premier League season.
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Silva joined Manchester City from Valencia in 2010 and went on to win four Premier League titles, five League Cups and two FA Cups.
Although the Spaniard has played his last Premier League game for the club last month he may still feature for Guardiola's side as they continue their Champions League campaign.
According to Guardian UK, David Silva is positive that he can play active football for the next five years and has opted to play in the Serie A for the first time.
And Lazio are said to have offered him a three-year contract with official confirmation said to be coming later this month.
Lazio finished as fourth best on the final League table last season in the Italian Serie A which means that they will play in the Champions League next season.
The club chiefs are also planning to renew the contract of the highest goal scorer of last season, Ciro Immobile.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea are said to have initiated negotiations with Manchester City over the transfer of centre-defender John Stones this summer.
The former Everton player has fallen out of favour with his present manager Pep Guardiola and the Spaniard is ready to offload him.
Nathan Ake's arrival is another indication that the 26-year-old's time at the Etihad Stadium has come to an end.
Stones' deal with City expires in 2022 after joining them from the Toffees in 2016 for a deal around €56 million. He has only featured in 24 games across competitions so far this campaign.
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