Mile Svilar said goodbye to Benfica in a message posted on social media this Friday.
“Thank you for everything, Benfica, it was a pleasure. Benfica Semper, partner n208499,” wrote a Belgian goalkeeper whose contract with the eagles is coming to an end.
Remember it, like more football wrote in his time that Svilar has a contract with Roma for the next five terms.
A Belgian with a Serbian background leaves Benfica after five years, during which he played only 23 matches for the home team, 20 of which were in his first two seasons.
In Rome, Svilar meets José Mourinho, who promised him a brilliant future after his goalkeeper debut in the Champions League defeat in Luz against Manchester United, coached by Mourinho.