Chelsea Won’t Stop Thiago Silva’s Emotional Return to Fluminense


Rumors suggest that Thiago Silva may leave Chelsea to re-join Fluminense. The club won’t hinder his departure.

Despite criticizing Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly, Silva, aged 38, extended his contract this year. Rumors now link him to an emotional return to his native country.

Thiago Silva may leave Chelsea to join his former team, according to a report by Globo. He is willing to forgo his last season with Chelsea. The Telegraph’s Matt Law also claims that the Blues won’t obstruct Silva should he decide to leave the team.

Before this, people believed that Christopher Vivell, Chelsea’s director of football, would need to reach an agreement for the player to return to Fluminense. It seems, nevertheless, that the west London club will allow the veteran to leave.

Reports suggest that the defender is wanted by Chelsea, even though Levi Colwill is set to return from his loan spell at Brighton. The club’s young squad is believed to value the defender’s experience. Despite his service being appreciated since joining on a free transfer from PSG in 2020, Chelsea won’t prevent Silva’s move. If Silva is eager to return to Brazil, they won’t stand in his way.

Former striker Fred and Fluminense president Mario Bittencourt have reportedly talked to Silva about returning to his old team. There are rumors circulating about the potential transfer.

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Will Thiago Silva return Brazil?

Silva stated last year in an interview with Telegraph Sport that Flamenense is where he would prefer to end his career. “After I was diagnosed with my sickness, I played for the club that opened the door for me and had faith in me when no one thought Thiago Silva would still succeed as a footballer.” As unbelievable as it may seem, I support the club as well.

After contracting tuberculosis in 2005 while playing for Dinamo Moscow, Fluminense offered Silva the opportunity to relaunch his career. Due to the severity of the occurrence, physicians even considered removing a portion of Silva’s lungs when he was 21 years old and hospitalized for six months with the sickness.

His mother and wife intervened and stopped the surgery, thereby saving his football career. They gave him the opportunity to rejoin Fluminense, and the rest became history.

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