Adriano Galliani recently said that the annulled goal of Sulley Muntari against Juventus influenced the further history of Milan. On this freshest one, which every Rossoneri fan would rather delete if he could. If that goal was regular, everything would have been different later, the former director of Milan assured a little less than half a year ago.
Among other things, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva would almost certainly not leave the club in that case. However, they did, in the summer of 2012, they moved to Paris Saint-Germain in a package and became a synonym of the generation that became dominant in France under the leadership of the Qatari owners.
This especially refers to Silva, who left the eight best football years in Paris and filled the trophy hall of the Saints with the captain's armband. He said two and a half years ago that he could end his career at the Princes' Park, but they had other plans in the club management.
They estimated that he could no longer contribute to the team, so they allowed him to leave the club after the expiration of his contract. And when that is already the case, Silva thinks that because of everything he has done for Paris Saint-Germain for almost a decade, he deserves at least some kind of respect.
He got absolutely nothing. "They never offered me anything. They didn't even say: Thiago, would you agree to 1 euro to stay with us? Absolutely nothing, which is very shocking." "Still, there is something worse than that.
Even in the middle of a pandemic, they had three months to plan a farewell but did nothing."
Silva is grateful
"Man, I haven't been there just one season or a few months. It was an eight-year period in which as captain I lifted numerous trophies at the club.
I deserved a lot more respect. The same thing happened to Cavani." "And besides, I'm really grateful for the things I experienced there. In the end, I was happy and everyone always treated me well." Silva admits in an interview with FourFourTwo.
When that was already the case, Silva decided to start looking for a new club before the end of the season, although he had a special task for his agent. "I told my agent that he could ask me for a club, but that he was forbidden to tell me anything before the Champions League final."
The next day, there was a hope that the situation could change. "The morning after the final with Bayern, I ran into President Nasser (Al-Kelaifi) in the hotel elevator, and he told me that Leonardo wanted to talk to me when we got back to Paris. I could imagine what it was about, even though I was in thoughts have already left Paris Saint-Germain. "