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Reported Tottenham Hotspur and Everton target Thiago Silva has said that he’s about to play his last game for PSG.

The French side have made it to the Champions League final, where they will take on the victors of Bayern Munich’s clash with Lyon.

Silva was keen not to focus on his future last night, following PSG’s win, but the Tottenham and Everton target did suggest that nothing had changed with his contractual situation, and that he would be leaving the club against his wishes.

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“I don’t want to talk about [my future], because it is not going to help us, but I want us to celebrate all together the last game with a title,” he said to RMC Sport live after PSG beat RB Leipzig last night, with the Independent relaying the comments.

“I have already said a lot of times before, that I want to finish [my career] here in Europe. A decision was taken, now things are calm in my head. It will be in another club, but my heart will stay here.”

The Sun claimed in June that Tottenham could make a move to sign Silva when his contract expires, while 90 Minutes reported on Everton’s interest in the same month.

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Whether Tottenham or Everton would be able to afford the Brazilian remains to be seen though.

Silva is likely to demand sizeable wages, which could prove problematic to the Premier League duo.

If Tottenham or Everton did land Silva he could be a solid addition though.

The 35-year-old actually played in PSG’s quarter-final victory over Atalanta, and he produced a performance which proved that he is still capable of playing at the top level despite his advancing years.

Silva would offer either Tottenham or Everton a wealth of experience, and could be a great role model for the younger players at either club to learn from.

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