Fulham set to offer Marco Silva new contract
Fulham ready to offer Marco Silva new contract.
According to the report, Fulham is prepared to offer manager Marco Silva a new long-term deal as compensation for his exceptional performance with the team.
At just 18 months left on his three-year contract, Silva, who previously held managerial positions with Everton, Watford, and Hull, was brought in to replace Scott Parker when the team was demoted to the Championship.
Silva led Fulham to the Championship title as they dominated in the second division, and following a magnificent 2-1 victory over high-spending neighbours Chelsea, the team is currently riding high in the Premier League’s top six.
- Potter explains Aubameyang substitution snub against Fulham loss
- Graham Potter asserts he has ‘hardest job in football’
- Joao Felix makes an unwelcome Chelsea record with red card on debut against Fulham.
After 19 games this season, Fulham already has more points than they had the entire 2020–21 season, putting them on track to avoid relegation for the first time in three promotions.
According to 90min, Fulham is eager to reward Silva’s excellent performance with a new contract since they are aware that the club’s development under the Portuguese has not gone ignored by other Premier League teams.
In fact, Fulham believes that keeping Silva on for an extended period of time is essential to their vision in the short and long terms, and there is optimism that the 45-year-old will wish to sign a new contract following a continuous run of outstanding success.