Former Spanish footballer David Silva has revealed his post-retirement plans as he has entered into the final months of his contract with Manchester City.
The 34-year-old and World cup winning player is planning to bid farewell to the defending Premier League Champions also revealed that he has a desire to become a manager when his stint as a player is over.
“Not at the beginning, but as time goes by, I’m having more interest. Maybe when I retire from football, I feel that I would like to become a manager,” he told CityTV.
“Now, I don’t know – I still want to play for a few more years,” the midfielder said.
Silva played a total of 125 games till now for his national side and scored 35 goals make him fourth-highest goalscorer for Spain. He also won FIFA World Cup 2010 for the same side, besides he was also the part of the squad who clinched the European Championship titles twice in 2008 and 2010.