Chelsea target Thiago Silva’s wife pictured on Insta as Blues ‘offered PSG star’

Chelsea have reportedly been offered PSG star Thiago Silva as the Blues look to bolster their defence.

And if the move does go ahead, the Brazilian will likely bring his popular Instagram influencer wife with him to London.

Silva, who joined the Parisians from AC Milan, is married to Isabella Silva.

She boasts 369,000 followers on Instagram, where she describes herself in her bio as a "digital influencer living in Paris".

Together they have two children, and were recently snapped as a family next to the Ligue 1 trophy they were awarded after the coronavirus crisis drew an early close to the season.

Recently Isabella has been snapped in Mykonos, Greece, lapping up the summer sun while her hubby is in Portugal for the Champions League final.

She is regularly pictured in the stands cheering her man on, but has not been able to for the Champions League as the games are held behind closed doors.

And she loves a trip away, posing at holiday hotspots including San Francisco.

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PSG saw off RP Leipzig and will play Bayern Munich in the final on Sunday.

Blues boss Frank Lampard is keen to add to his defensive options after leaking a number of key goals last season.

The club have also been linked with West Ham's Declan Rice, who it is understood they would like to play at centre back.

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In one of his last interviews before the season ended, Lampard said: "It does feels like progression, what we've done so far.

"Expectations for us were mixed at the start of the season; there were some unknowns in terms of the squad – I had players who were making their debuts in the Premier League – and I just wanted to see where we could get to.

"We've made some really good steps forward but then we have to think of the next one because we're Chelsea.

"We understand at the moment that the gap in the league is big above us and we want to close that."

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