Thiago Silva maintains clear objectives despite Chelsea's tough times

The brazilian centre-back might be close to retirement

By Liam Styles

The brazilian centre-back might be close to retirement
The brazilian centre-back might be close to retirement
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At the beginning of the season, Chelsea were one of the big favorites to win the Premier League this season. Mauricio Pochettino's team came into this season with a great squad full of competitive stars. In the same way, in a way, youth was balanced with experience. At the same time, there was high hopes for the likes of Mijailo Mudryk, Raheem Sterling, and Enzo Fernandez.

With the season ahead of them and with a highly competitive squad, Pochettino's team has not been able to establish itself in the competition. Even the team was in danger a couple of weeks ago because they were getting dangerously close to relegation places. Given this, it seemed that the situation at Stamford Bridge was far from improving for the time being.

However, since the game against Fulham, the West London team showed that they still had to give more and more. The team even had a great match in London against Arsenal where the Blues showed that they just needed motivation. Nevertheless, as the games went by, the bad moment continued to flood the squad. Mauricio Pochettino himself has expressed his frustration.

Notably, the team owned by Todd Boehly invested approximately £400m this season. Despite the great talents, until a couple of dates ago Chelsea played a game with only 4 men on the bench. Undoubtedly, injuries have been another constant. On the other hand, the bad moment does not seem to be an impediment for Thiago Silva, who aspires to end his career with this achievement

Thiago Silva's goal

According to national and international media, Thiago Silva wants to return to the Brazilian national team and play in the 2024 Copa America. As indicated by The Guardian, the Chelsea captain is motivated and has set his sights on returning at all costs and with nothing standing in his way.

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