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SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE (AUGUST 24, 2012) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (Portuguese) BRAZIL CENTRE BACK THIAGO SILVA SAYING: "During three years I stayed at Milan, I have nothing to complain about. I have always been well treated since my arrival. Milan was always nice with and I give it all during these three years. I was always committed to give my best. I left it sad because it was not an easy decision for me and I believe it was either for them. But that's the way it is in football -- one day you are here the other you are there. That was my choice, my decision together with the club. I want to make it clear the decision was not only mine." STORY: French club Paris Saint Germain (PSG) officially unveiled Brazilian defender Thiago Silva on Friday (August 24), with whom they signed signed a five-year deal in July. Considered one of the best in the world in his position, Silva was presented in a private room at the Hotel Crillon in Paris's Place de la Concorde, several weeks after his recruitment. Silva moved over to the Ligue 1 club leaving AC Milan. The 27-year-old, who joined Milan from Fluminense in 2008, said he was very happy to be a part of one of Europe's biggest clubs. He did however say that it had not been easy choosing between his former club and PSG with whom the Brazilian finally signed this summer. "During three years I stayed at Milan, I have nothing to complain about. I have always been well treated since my arrival," Silva told reporters. "Milan was always nice with and I give it all during these three years. I was always committed to give my best. I left it sad because it was not an easy decision for me and I believe it was either for them. But that's the way it is in football -- one day you are here the other you are there. That was my choice, my decision together with the club. I want to make it clear the decision was not only mine," he added. Silva is PSG's second signing of the close season after the club from the French capital signed Argentina forward Ezequiel Lavezzi from Napoli and Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who was with Silva at Milan. Last season, they strengthened their squad by signing Argentina playmaker Javier Pastore, Brazil defender Alex and Italy's Brazilian-born central midfielder Thiago Motta. Silva, who arrived late because he was playing in the Olympics for Brazil, will need to find his feet with his teammates and new coach Carlo Ancelotti, formerly of AC Milan.