Loads of Everton fans have been hailing the latest transfer link to Thiago Silva as Calcio Mercato have reported that both the Merseyside club and Fiorentina have spoken with his entourage about a possible move in the summer window.
As per the outlet, PSG will release him next week, but even though he will be available on a free transfer, he earns seven million euros net per season, which is the equivalent of around £6.3 million.
Would Silva be a good signing for Everton?
Nevertheless, the 35-year old may well be a big addition to Carlo Ancelotti’s team. He has won no less than seven French Ligue 1 titles with Paris Saint Germain, as well as the Serie A title with AC Milan and a Copa America with Brazil, along with a whole host of domestic trophies, according to Transfermarkt.
Adding some perhaps needed valuable experience in the heart of the defence may rub off on the likes of Mason Holgate, Michael Keane and Yerry Mina, who are only 23, 27 and 25 years of age respectively.
The Brazilian central defender may also be a cheaper alternative to his fellow countryman Gabriel, as the Toffees have been weighing up a move for the LOSC Lille ace.
These members of the Goodison Park faithful hailed the news on Twitter:
Get him signed 👍
— Paul Brown (@PaulBrownEFC) August 13, 2020
Get him in on like a 2 year deal, bring some solid experience to the side and work on developing younger talents to fill his shoes when the contract expires. If you can get him for a reasonable price, I say do it.
— James Gardner (@JRGardner91) August 13, 2020
Sign him up
— Roll on next season EFC 🤍💙🤍💙 (@mersysideblue) August 13, 2020
Let’s get him in
— Joka187899 (@joka187899) August 13, 2020
Thiago and Allan would add the experience we need
— Lloyd Roberts (@scousehouse06) August 13, 2020
Would rather get him for 1/2 years and buy a keeper than getting Gabriel
— Lewis Belle 🇰🇳 (@lewisbelleEFC) August 13, 2020
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