David Silva RUMORS & NEWS

  • David Silva: Man City wait to hear if midfielder has broken cheekbone

    BBC "Manchester City are waiting to discover if David Silva has suffered a broken bone in his cheekbone after being injured in the 2-0 win over West Ham. The midfielder, 29, was caught in the face by Cheikhou Kouyate's right elbow and appeared to be given oxygen before being taken off on a..." April 19

  • David Silva: Man City midfielder to miss Man Utd clash

    BBC "David Silva is expected to be out for three weeks with a knee injury and will miss Sunday's Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City's Spanish winger, 28, was hurt in their 2-0 League Cup defeat by Newcastle United on Wednesday. "Maybe he (Silva) will be out for three weeks so..." November 01

  • David Silva signs new five-year contract with Manchester City

    The Guardian "David Silva has agreed terms on a five-year contract with Manchester City. The 28-year-old’s extension to his current deal will run to the summer of 2019 and makes Silva the third player to agree an improved offer after Samir Nasri and Aleksander Kolarov. “From the moment I joined the club four..." August 12

  • Manchester City must wait to discover extent of David Silva injury

    Sky Sports "Manchester City will have to wait until at least Wednesday to discover the extent of David Silva's injury. Silva was stretchered off in Monday night's 3-1 victory over West Brom with a recurrent of an ankle injury which has been troubling him in recent weeks. It is not believed he will miss..." April 22

  • Manchester City midfielder David Silva out for up to a month

    Sky Sports "Manchester City midfielder David Silva could be out of action for as long as a month after picking up a calf strain. The Spaniard played 66 minutes of City's 5-2 Champions League win at home to CSKA Moscow on Tuesday night but is now facing a spell on the sidelines. "I don't know how many..." November 08

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