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Bernardo Silva Drops Transfer Hint After Manchester City's Champions League Ban

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Bernardo Silva Drops Transfer Hint After Manchester City's Champions League Ban

Bernardo Silva has stated that he'd return to former club Benfica - just two days after Manchester City's Champions League ban.

The Portuguese midfielder left Benfica for Monaco in 2014 on loan before signing permanently in 2015.

He has stated he'd like to return to the Portuguese side in the past but made fresh claims in an interview set to be released on Tuesday.

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"I have already said it several times: I have this emptiness of having left a little early, so I think I will come back. If they want me there, I think I will come back," he told Eleven Sports per Record.


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City's ban from all European competition was announced on Friday for allegedly breaching UEFA's FFP rules and banned from entering European competition for the next two years.

The deductions could be used between 2012 and 2016 when City won the Premier League twice, in 2012 and 2014 respectively.

Do you think there will be a mass exodus at City come the summer?

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Topics: Manchester City, Football, Pep Guardiola, Bernardo Silva, Champions League, Benfica

Daniel Marland
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