Silva expects to leave Manchester City in 2020

David Silva

GETTY David Silva wanted to escape Spain when he joined Manchester City

In January, Manchester City's 473.4m revenues for the previous season meant the club consolidated its fifth spot in Deloitte Football Money League.

Silva has been at City since 2010 and claims his decision to move to the Etihad in the early stages of Sheikh Mansour's time at the helm was "one of the best decisions" of his life.

Sane, who was named last season's Young Player of the Year, was left out of the squad for City's last game against Newcastle United but Guardiola said he will be a key player for him.

According to a UK Sun report, the 32-year-old midfielder prefers his baby boy Mateo to spend his formative years in his motherland of Gran Canaria.

'After that, I don't know. It depends on how I feel physically and mentally.

Interestingly, Las Palmas were relegated from Spanish topflight last campaign, but Silva's main concern heading home is more of family reason than football.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insists Kevin De Bruyne doesn't have a release clause in his contract, but said the player was not for sale anyway.

"They had called me since December asking me to play for them, I asked myself which team loved me and I came up with the conclusion that Manchester City loved me so I should go there".

"I've always said that I would like to play for Las Palmas, but we'll see how things are in two years".

Man City will be looking to continue the winning run when they take on the newly promoted Fulham today.

Manchester City, the current champions of The Premier League, have published their annual accounts for the financial year 2017/18 and as per the books it has become the 2nd club in the history of The Premier League to have annual revenue of more than £500m.

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