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David Silva: Man City expect midfielder to stay at Etihad Stadium

BBC News Tuesday, 4 June 2019
David Silva: Man City expect midfielder to stay at Etihad StadiumManchester City do not expect midfielder David Silva to leave the club this summer - but are prepared for the exits of Fabian Delph and Danilo.
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