David Silva is a Spanish professional footballer who plays in the wing or midfield of the striker,
He currently serves with Premier League champion for two consecutive seasons – Manchester City.
David Silva is the anonymous soldier in the formation of Spanish coach Pep Guardiola,
Who depends on him in a lot of games and bet on him and wins the bet in the latter.
In the next lines, we will discuss the life of David Silva with a look at the most important milestones in his life, his upbringing and the beginning of his relationship with the round witch.
David Silva has a history of football
Having the ability to play as a second striker or as a winger, he started his career with the youth team in San Fernando,
Also, joined the Valencia youth club and played at the wing position at the age of 14.
In the 2004/2005 season, he made his debut at Spanish club Eibar, after moving from Valencia on loan.
He was seconded six years later in Valencia, which included winning the King’s Cup.
In 2008, Silva moved to Manchester City where he won many titles.
And two Premier League titles and three League Cups.
Ranked as one of the best attacking midfielders, Silva has collected titles such as El Mago and Merli for his excellent ball-making skills.
He is the fourth-highest scorer in the history of Spain with 35 goals and has collected 100 points.
He was a member of the team that won three international tournaments, the 2008 European Championship, the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2012 European Championship.
The Origin and Beginning of David Silva
He was born on January 8, 1986, in Argentina, in Canary Islands, Spain, with his father Fernando Jimenez and his mother, Eva Silva.
His father was a local police officer responsible for the safety of the Valencia stadium.
According to Canary media, his mother is of Japanese origin.
Also, started his football career with the youth team in San Fernando and made his debut as we mentioned,
he started playing as a goalkeeper and then moved to the wing position.
At the age of 14, he became a young player in Valencia and remained part of the youth team of the Spanish Football Federation until he was 17 years old.
David Silva’s achievements in football
His first appearance was in Spain, where he scored three goals at the U-17 World Cup in Finland in 2003.
Also, made his professional debut in the 2004/05 season in Ibar in the Premier League after borrowing from Valencia.
He scored four goals at the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship.
Also, David was named in 2006 in the Spanish U21 lineup and Silva was included in the 23-man squad for the 2008 European Championship.
Silva extended his five-year contract with Valencia in August 2008 and won the King’s Cup although many Premier League teams wanted to sign him.
David Silva with Manchester City
He signed a four-year contract with Manchester City on 14 July 2010.
First, he played as a winger with the team and later at the beginning of his first season he played Sylvia as a midfielder or so-called playmaker.
David made his Premier League debut on August 14, 2010, in a match against Tottenham Hotspur.
Also, he was named Manchester City’s Player of the Month three times in a row from October to December 2010 for his outstanding performance.
He has contributed more than 15 goals in his first season and has become one of the biggest players in the league.
Silva continued his impressive performance the following season in the 2011/2012 Premier League,
He took the captaincy in two games against Swansea City and Bolton Wanderers.
was named Premier League Player of the Year on October 1, 2011, due to his outstanding performance in the field.
won his first Premier League medal with Manchester City.
He was also honored with three other Manchester City players as the Premier League’s best team of the year.
David Silva with Spain
Spain won the 2012 European Championship after Italy’s 4-0 defeat.
Silva scored the first goal of the match and showed his talent for the entire tournament.
On 16 September 2012, he signed a new five-year contract with Manchester City.
He was selected for Spain’s 23-man squad for the 2013 Confederations Cup, including Silva.
The Spanish player won the English Premier League
In August 2015 he won the Manchester City Player of the Year award and was named Premier League Player of the Month.
Also, he won the Premier League trophy with Manchester City when the club won 3-1
on penalties against Liverpool in the 2016 League Cup final at Wembley Stadium in London.
He was named Player of the Year in 2016-2017,
where he played 44 games, scored eight goals and created many of the chances he gave his teammates.
At the start of the 2017-2018 season, Silva made eight assists as a decisive pass for Premier League colleagues and played only 14 games.
Manchester City signed a one-year contract with Silva on November 30, 2017, and decided to keep him until 2020.
See also the life of Sergi Ramos.