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Silva Pens New Deal At Chelsea

Veteran Brazilian protector Thiago Silva has marked a one-year agreement expansion at Chelsea, the club declared on Monday evening.

The new arrangement will see Silva play for Chelsea until the 2022/23 season.

Silva joined Chelsea from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) back in 2020 and has appreciated incredible achievement in his first season in England, securing the Uefa Champions League without precedent for his vocation.

At 37 years old, Silva, who is a fans top pick at Chelsea is demonstrating every day of the week that age is only a number as he has figured out how to keep an astounding degree of execution – placing in a decent shift when inspired by Thomas Tuchel.

The accomplished focus back has as of now shown up for Chelsea this season in the core of the protection.

"To play here with Chelsea is a genuine delight. I never figured I would play for a long time here in this incredible club so I'm exceptionally glad to remain for another season" said Silva in the wake of writing another arrangement.

"I might likewise want to express profound gratitude to my family, the club, Marina and to Mr Abramovich for this chance. I will keep on giving everything for this club and for the allies, who have been all of the time close by since I showed up.

"It's astounding to have this relationship with the fans and that as well as the players, staff and the entire club. I will give everything to continue to play at this level in the main association on the planet," he added.

Silva has likewise stayed an ordinary in the Brazil group, addressing the country in the Fifa World Cup qualifiers. He as of late acquired his 100th cap for the Selecao, while he has effectively played more than 50 counterparts for the Blues.


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