Chelsea’s new aid Thiago Silva talked about his feelings about joining the Premier League in an interview. He said: “I didn’t want to come to the Premier League before because I was impressed by long passes here.”
Thiago Silva said in an interview: "I never thought I would come to the Premier League, because from my personal point of view, the style of football here is difficult."
"I never thought about joining the Premier League, because my impression of football here is always a long pass. I really didn't think I would play here before."
"I think the feature here is the long pass, which doesn't attract me. I know how to play this style of football, but I prefer to walk on the ground. I know my strength."
"But the Premier League has won my heart bit by bit. Anyone who knows me can confirm this."
Speaking of Paris’s retention of himself, Silva said: “To be honest, this only started during the suspension period.”
"Leonardo called me and asked me to extend my contract for two months to complete the Champions League final. I said, ‘OK, no problem.’ Because I want to stay in the team."
"I want to finish the work that has already started. So my idea is that after the Champions League, I will leave. I will definitely discuss this with my agent and we need to consider my other options in the future."
"After the Champions League, I returned to Paris and I had a meeting with Leonardo to discuss my ideas and the possibility of staying."
"But on the Monday after the Champions League, I talked to my agent and agreed to Chelsea's invitation. I had already made a decision."