Just In: £110,000 per week Chelsea star wants to cancel his contract after criticising Todd Boehly

Just In: £110,000 per week Chelsea star wants to cancel his contract after criticising Todd Boehly

We have stated that Thiago Silva is seeking to terminate his Chelsea contract, and today the heat increased as he blasted the club’s owner and reiterated his desire to leave.

It has been reported that Thiago Silva is aiming to leave Chelsea and return to his native Brazil this summer.

Since moving to Chelsea from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2020, Silva has been a vital member of the team. The 38-year-old has been a pillar of the central defense, and in February, he received a one-year contract extension.

Graham Potter will remain at the club through June 2024 thanks to that agreement, which was made before to his departure. Silva is apparently regretting his decision to devote his future to the club because of the turbulent events that have occurred at Stamford Bridge this season.

Globo Esporte claims that Silva is eager to break his contract with Chelsea at the end of the current campaign in order to rejoin his old team Fluminense. The Real Madrid legend Marcelo has recently joined the Rio de Janeiro team, which is now second in Brazil’s Serie A.

Silva is close friends with Marcelo and has been persuaded to play one more season at home before calling it a career by the left-back. Marcelo isn’t the only one who supports the notion; ex-striker Fred and club president Mario Bittencourt are both in favor of his going back to Fluminense.

The seasoned center-back has participated in 32 games for Chelsea this year but hasn’t been able to stop their terrible season, which has left them in 11th place in the Premier League. On the field, he is a strong voice, and he hasn’t held back when criticizing the club’s off-field strategy either.

Since co-owner Todd Boehly joined Chelsea last year, they have spent £600 million on players, but without much result. Silva spoke his opinion after Real Madrid eliminated them from the Champions League.

He said, “I believe the first step has been taken. “It was a bad move, but it was made. If we don’t accept responsibility, we can’t blame the managers. The club is going through a challenging time with lots of uncertainty.

“We had to expand the changing room because it didn’t fit the size of the squad due to a change in ownership and new players entering. There are some fantastic players on the team, which is a plus, but there will also inevitably be disgruntled guys.

“Since not everyone is able to play, there will always be someone who is upset. It’s challenging for the manager to choose 11 players from a roster of players in their 30s. We signed eight players in January, but several can’t make the team. We need to halt and develop a plan, otherwise we risk repeating the same mistakes the next year.

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