With a contract expiring in summer, Manchester City’s David Silva will have a lot of options when deciding his next club.

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve covered claims from Italy and Spain about interest from AC Milan, Las Palmas and Valencia in the 34-year-old.

Seville based newspaper Estadio Deportivo now takes a look if there is any chance for Real Betis to land Pep Guardiola’s man in the next transfer window.

Betis as an option for the attacking midfielder is discussed because he will be available on a free transfer. However, the player’s high wages make it difficult for Los Verdiblancos to sign him.

Apart from this, there is another major obstacle for the La Liga side to bring Silva to the club.

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It’s claimed the former Valencia man is debating between ‘two interesting proposals’ from David Beckham’s new MLS franchise Inter Miami and Japanese side Vissel Kobe.

Silva’s compatriots David Villa and Andrés Iniesta are at Vissel Kobe and the report states the two are convincing the City player to join them in Japan.

With Inter Miami and Vissel Kobe looking at Silva, Betis will find it ‘hard to compete with dollars and yen’ for Silva.