Monaco playmaker Bernardo Silva has alerted Manchester United and Chelsea by refusing to commit his future to the club.
The French giants were crowned champions on Wednesday night after beating St Etienne at home to dethrone Paris Saint-Germain.
Silva, 22, has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League this summer and Jose Mourinho is said to be prioritising the Portugal international over other Monaco targets such as Kylian Mbappe and Timeoue Bakayoko.
And the former Benfica winger has done little to dampen the speculation by admitting ‘everything is possible’ with his future this summer.
‘I read the papers, but for right now there is nothing concrete,’ said Silva after Monaco’s 2-0 win against St Ettienne.
‘I already said that I felt good in Monaco, but everything is possible.’
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Both Mourinho and Antonio Conte will have significant amounts to spend this summer but United’s interest in Silva could depend on the outcome of their Europa League final clash with Ajax.
The Red Devils have a game more to play in the league but are guaranteed sixth spot – meaning only a win against the Dutch giants would provide Champions League football next term.
A failure to win in Stockholm would be a crucial blow to signing Silva and could hand the upper hand to Chelsea.