The future of Wolves defender Silvio remains uncertain just a few weeks before his contract is due to expire, according to The Express and Star.
The 29-year-old moved to Molineux only last year after five seasons at Atletico Madrid, in which time he played just 21 games for the Spanish giants, albeit still was part of the side that won the Europa League in 2012, and then the Copa del Rey a year later.
A loan spell at Benfica, in which time he won three league titles, followed between 2013 and 2016 before signing at Wolves, although the Molineux faithful rarely got to see the best of Silvio last season, as he was restricted to just four Championship appearances over the course of the campaign due to injury.
And with just a few weeks left to run on his current deal at the Midlands outfit, which ends on June 30, it still remains to be seen whether Silvio will be at the club next summer, with reports suggesting that Wolves are not rushing a decision on the defender.
They do have the option of triggering a one-year extension to his current deal, but given he spent a sizable chunk of last season out with injury, it remains to be seen whether new boss Nuno Espirito Santo sees him as part of his long-term plans at Molineux.
Two of Silvio’s four Championship appearances came in their end of season clashes against Huddersfield and Preston to remind the Molineux crowd of his capabilities, helping the side to a clean sheet and victory against the latter, yet whether those efforts were enough to extend the £850,000-rated star’s (as per Transfermarkt) stay at Wolves remains to be seen.
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