Haaland ‘picks Premier League transfer’, Azpilicueta eyeing Barcelona, ​​Chelsea transfer news, Thiago Silva LATEST


Brazilian side Fluminense are said to have opened talks with Thiago Silva’s agent as they attempt to mark an emotional return for the centre-back.

The 37-year-old is out of contract with Chelsea at the end of the season, although he could still extend his stay in London.

According to football journalist Nicolo Shira, the South American team has contacted Silva’s agent, Paulo Tonietto.

However, Silva’s priority is still Stamford Bridge.

The Blues are also set to begin negotiations regarding a one-year extension to his contract in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, new Barcelona manager Xavi is looking to create some more magic by signing Cesar Azpilicueta on a free transfer.

Dani Alves has been signed for free and Chelsea man Azpilicueta is believed to be his next target.

According to ESPN, Barca is monitoring the progress of contract negotiations between the Blues and captain Azpilicueta.

The 32-year-old’s current contract at Stamford Bridge is set to expire at the end of the season.

Ultimately, Man Utd target Zinedine Zidane is said to want to manage an international team.

Journalist Pedro Almeida insists the Red Devils will find it difficult to lure the French player to Old Trafford if they are really interested.

That’s because Zidane doesn’t want to return to the club after two Real Madrid caps.

And with jobs sure to open up on the international scene next year, Zidane instead hopes to take the helm of a country. | Haaland ‘picks Premier League transfer’, Azpilicueta eyeing Barcelona, ​​Chelsea transfer news, Thiago Silva LATEST

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