While it has been rumored that David Silva is leaving Manchester City and returning to Spain, the midfielder once again has to play down that he is not returning to his homeland. He rejects any speculation of the rumor and states that he is happy with Manchester City.
Silva, who signed a contract over a year ago to five years with Manchester City, reacts to the reports that Real Madrid would love to have him. The forward states "I'm very happy in Manchester and I think this is similar to what happens every year," speaking to Real Madrid. "There are always rumors and, in the end, the player has to be calm. I renewed my contract because I am happy over there." We can all assume that the player's statements are clear enough for everyone to know that he has no desire to go back to Spain.
The player joined Manchester City in 2010 and quickly adjusted and won multiple player of the month awards in his first season with the club. Silva is a winner of both the FIFA World Cup and a European Championship while with Spain. It's clear that Silva played an important role in Manchester when they won their first league title in forty four years. He has also added FA Cup winners to his growing medal collection while in England.
Real Madrid has had Silva in their sights for a very long time. He was only one of the number of players to pledge their career to Manchester City. Other's included Vincent Kompany and the English goalkeeper Joe Hart. Silva is hoping that his latest denial of wanting to move back to Spain will bury any doubt and curiosity about his future.