Jack Grealish pleads with Bernardo Silva to stay at Manchester City during wild Treble celebrations | Football

Grealish led the City celebrations in style on Monday (Picture: Getty/Sky Sports)

Jack Grealish was seen telling Bernardo Silva ‘please don’t go’ during Manchester City’s Treble parade.

Following Saturday’s Champions League final victory over Inter Milan, the celebrations continued as the City squad and staff partied in the rain back in Manchester.

Bernardo, one of Pep Guardiola’s most consistent performers in their Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League success, has two years remaining on his current deal at the Etihad Stadium but is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

Barcelona also have long-term interest in the Portugal international.

During the wild celebrations on the City bus, a topless Grealish was seen singing ‘please don’t go’ to Bernardo with his hands clasped together.

The 28-year-old has made 306 appearances for City since he joined the club from Monaco in 2017, scoring 55 goals and providing 59 assists.

During his time at the Etihad, Silva has won five Premier League titles, two FA Cups, four League Cups along with Saturday’s Champions League success.

Quizzed about his future following the 1-0 win over Inter Milan in Istanbul on Saturday, Bernardo was reluctant to commit his future to the club beyond this summer.

He told Telefoot: ‘Honestly, I don’t know. We’ll see what’s going to happen in the next few weeks, the next few months. Now we just have to celebrate this victory.’

Pep Guardiola has been asked about Bernardo’s future on a number of occasions throughout the season, telling reporters in April: ‘What he is on and off the pitch. He is so sensitive, intuitive, many things and in all the club, not just me, we want the best.

‘We are lucky to have these types of football players as human beings in your team. You would love to have him forever and it doesn’t matter the position he plays, it doesn’t matter what he has to do, his contribution is massive.’

City saw off Arsenal to win their third successive Premier League title and beat Manchester United in claim the FA Cup.

Saturday’s Champions League triumph saw them become just the second team in English football history to win the Treble, matching United’s 1999 feat under Sir Alex Ferguson.

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