Thiago Silva, a defender for Chelsea, has put an end to rumors that he was planning to quit his job at Stamford Bridge and join his old team, Fluminense.
The former AC Milan and PSG star claims the only way he would leave Chelsea is if the Blues decided they no longer needed his services.
The Brazilian declared he would stay with the Blues till the end of his contract.
Silva, in February, signed a new contract at Stamford but has been recently linked with a move back to Fluminense.
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Speaking to ESPN Brasil after Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest, Silva said: “I have a contract here, right?
“It’s been only two months since I renewed with Chelsea, I’ve always fulfilled my contracts.
“I only won’t stay here if Chelsea decides they don’t want me for next season or if the new coach arrives and doesn’t want me to stay.”