Thiago Silva Set to Return to Fluminense After Chelsea Deal Ends

Thiago Silva, an integral part of Fluminense from 2006 to 2009, will return to Rio de Janeiro after finishing the current season.

Silva made a total of 152 appearances for Chelsea since joining from Paris Saint-Germain in 2020, contributing to their victory in several tournaments.

The 39-year-old announced his departure from Chelsea, planning his return to Fluminense in a different capacity once he retires.

After stints with several clubs, Silva signed a two-year deal with Fluminense, where he started his career as a teenager in 1998.

He gained recognition at Fluminense before moving to Milan in 2009, marking the beginning of his successful European football journey.

Silva excitedly shared the news of his homecoming to Brazil on Instagram, expressing his happiness to reunite with Fluminense.

Chelsea will allow Silva to train with Fluminense after the Premier League season ends, making him eligible to play from July 1.

Despite an injury scare, Silva made an impressive comeback for Chelsea in their recent victory over West Ham, showcasing his importance to the team.

Throughout this season, Silva has been a regular starter for Chelsea, significantly impacting the team’s defensive record on the field.

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