The 3 clubs that were in the running for Antonio Silva: There is one from LaLiga

London clubs Arsenal and Chelsea have shown keen interest in signing promising Benfica defender Antonio Silva, but according to the latest revelations from TEAMtalk they face stiff competition from Real Madrid. The 20-year-old centre-back is considered one of the young gems of European football and his potential for improvement is undeniable as he gains experience on the pitch.

Arsenal and Chelsea have Silva in their sights and both clubs will send representatives to watch him in action during Benfica’s clash with Sporting in the Taca de Portugal semi-final this Thursday evening. Mikel Arteta and Mauricio Pochettino, managers of Arsenal and Chelsea respectively, are looking to strengthen their defensive options for next season and have Silva on their list of priority targets.

Antonio Silva, targeted by Chelsea, Real Madrid and Arsenal

However, Arsenal and Chelsea’s interest is being called into question by the rise of Real Madrid in the race to sign Silva. The Spanish club under Carlo Ancelotti is also eyeing the young talent and will send its scouts to assess his performance in Benfica’s next game.

With more than 70 games for Benfica and outstanding performances in both defense and attack, Silva has attracted the attention of several elite clubs. In addition, his status as a full Portugal international enhances his profile.

Despite interest from several clubs, Benfica have included a €100 million release clause in Silva’s contract, suggesting they will not let him leave so easily. This raises the question of whether Real Madrid, Arsenal or Chelsea will be willing to match that figure to secure his signature.

Ultimately, Silva will make the final decision on his next destination, but interest from these big clubs promises an exciting battle in the summer transfer market.

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