Not sure that time has done its work. In an interview with the British magazine FourFourTwo, Thiago Silva still seems to harbor strong resentment against the leaders of PSG almost six months after his departure. After already expressing his anger towards Leonardo, O’Monstro put on a diaper. According to him, the latter had indeed no regard when he left the capital after eight years of good and loyal service at the end of last August.
“They didn’t offer me anything, regrets the former captain in the English review. Not even one: Thiago, do you accept a euro to stay with us? Nothing at all. It was very annoying. But for the Brazilian international, it gets even worse. “During the pandemic, they had three months to plan my farewell, but nothing was done, he plague. I didn’t stay a season or a few months, it’s an eight year story of a captain who lifted a lot of trophies at the club. I deserved a lot more respect than that. And the same thing happened to Cavani. “
Thiago Silva also explains that he learned that he would not be renewed at PSG just before the start for the Final 8 in Lisbon. “Before going to Lisbon, I told my agent he could start to find me a new club, but he was forbidden to tell me anything before our last Champions League game. “
“In Lisbon, I felt it was my last match”
The day after the final against Bayern Munich, he even explains having experienced a funny scene. “I ran into President Nasser (Editor’s note: Al-Khelaïfi), in the hotel elevator, and he told me that (the sports director, Leonardo) wanted to talk to me again, he said. I imagined what was to come, even though my mind was already far from PSG. From the final whistle in Portugal I felt it was my last appearance for the club. “
If in recent weeks he has seen Thomas Tuchel, his former coach at PSG, join him at Chelsea, Silva does not forget his first contact with Frank Lampard, his predecessor, since sacked. “From day one, he hit the nail on the head by telling me: Thiago, you don’t need to worry about your age, that’s not a concern for me at all. I was delighted with that. “
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