Thiago Silva Says PSG’s Decision To Sign Ramos Left Him Sad
Thiago Silva admitted that PSG’s decision to sign Ramos left him truly sad after not being offered a similar deal despite the duo being close in age.
What did Thiago Silva say?
Former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is one of a series of high-profile signings at the Parc des Princes this summer, as the Ligue 1 side hopes to solidify its hopes for a successful European challenge. However, Thiago Silva, who is entering his second year at Chelsea after his last term exit from Paris Saint-Germain, admitted that while he has no problems with Sergio Ramos, the club’s call to sign Spain’s star ratings given his his own long service – and a sharp release – from the French side.
The 36-year-old said he has nothing against Ramos, but Ramos, at the time he was offered a two-year contract, was the same age as him last year. This made Silva really sad. Silva has not spoken to anyone about this yet, because it upset him very much, because he felt that he had not done anything for the club. He is the original – this is a page that has certainly been turned, but at the same time Thiago thinks a lot, he thinks a lot about everything that happened. Silva thinks that something else could be done.
Because it wasn’t the eight days or eight months that Thiago Silva spent with Paris Saint-Germain. It has been eight years with a lot of wins, a lot of work to be able to change and put Paris Saint-Germain at the level it is today. Thiago Silva wants Paris Saint-Germain to win because the club deserves all the respect. But in light of how things turned out, he has such a sense of sadness and Thiago feels like it could have been done differently.
A little about the topic
While the details of Thiago Silva’s exit from Paris Saint-Germain – just weeks after the final defeat at Bayern Munich – may have left a sour taste on the Brazilian’s lips, he has since flourished in his role with the Blues. The shrewd center-back, brought in to run games by Lampard and, later, Tuchel, a veteran Selecao star, remedied his Champions League drought when he helped Chelsea beat Man City in the final earlier this year. He was rewarded with a one-year extension until the end of the 2021-22 campaign, although how much he will play given his injury concerns is unclear.