Olimpia goalkeeper Martín Silva linked to Brazilian teams
Olimpia’s Uruguayan goalkeeper Martín Silva could join a Brazilian club in the future, according to his agent.
Martín Silva shone in Copa Libertadores, helping the team reach the Copa Libertadores final, where they were beaten by Atlético Mineiro.
His agent Régis Marques talked with Uruguayan site Ovación Digital about his future, he said: “We are seeing the European market, there are many possibilities, but if that doesn’t happen, we will check Brazil.”
Ovación Digital claims that Vasco, Santos and São Paulo are the Brazilian clubs interested in Martín Silva.
Vasco need a goalkeeper to replace Fernando Prass, who joined Palmeiras. São Paulo need a long term replacement for Rogério Ceni, while Santos recently sold their main goalkeeper Rafael to Napoli.